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HP t5710 thin client

The HP t5710 I have was manufactured in January 2006.

In a similar way to the t5515 it looks like there are variants of the t5710 available. My one (product #EA784AA) comes with a Transmeta Crusoe 800MHz CPU. The HP "Quickspecs" data sheet mentions two other models fitted with a Transmeta Efficeon, 1.2 GHz CPU. In December 2015 George Harvey emailed me some information on this model which I've added under the 1.2GHz tab above.

The motherboard fitted to the t5710 is the same as the one fitted to the t5515. However this one has the SODIMM and PCI sockets fitted.

Specifications

Processor
   Type
   Speed
Transmeta Crusoe
800 MHz
Memory
   Flash
   RAM
512MB
256MB
Video
   Chip

   Max resolution
ATI Radeon 7000M with 16 MB
of dedicated graphics memory
1280 x 1024 24-bit colour
Ports
   Network
   USB
   Serial
   Parallel
   PS/2
10/100
4 x USB2.0
1
1
1
Power
   Plug
   Input
   Off
   Running
Coax 5.5mm/2.1mm
12V 3.3A(label)
4 W
14W
Dimensions
H x W x D (mm)55 x 205 x 195 without stand
230 x 100 x 195 with stand
Security
 Kensington Lock Slot
Mounting Bracket

The embedded operating system is Windows XPe.

CPU

For those to whom it matters here is some detail from Linux's /proc/cpuinfo

vendor_id:Genuine TMx86
cpu family:5
model:4
model name:Transmeta(tm) Processor TM5700
stepping:3

Power Supply

The unit requires a 12V supply. If yours came without one a unit can be easily sourced. I have bought suitable 12V 3A units on ebay that were advertised as being replacements for LCD displays. The coax plug is a standard 5.5mm/2.1mm fitting.

Expansion

t5710 Circuit Board (Click on the photo for a larger version)

Flash: The Flash memory is provided by a DOM (Disk On Module) fitted to a standard 44-pin IDE connector. You can see this in the top left of the picture. (Apacer board)

RAM: The RAM is easily expandable - it is fitted in a SODIMM socket. Mine came fitted with a hynix PC2700S module. I successfully replaced this with an anonymous 512MB DDR400 SODIMM.

PCI: The PCI expansion slot is fitted to the motherboard.

 


Any comments? email me.    Last update June 2012