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EVGA PD01 PCoIP Desktop Portal - 124-IP-PD01-TR

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At last, a quiet desktop solution

on 3/4/2009

This review is of the HD01 host card and matching PD01 desktop portal. Since they operate together I am writing the same review for both but have broken it into two sections. The host card plugs into the x1 PCIe slot and uses a long heatsink instead of a fan for cooling. The supplied dual DVI cable plugs into the DVI output of the video card. The other connector on the card is the ethernet cable over which the USB, video and audio information is sent. The supplied ethernet cable connects to the network switch. The Desktop Portal is silent (no fan or hard disk) and provides the connections for the keyboard, mouse, mic, headphones and local USB devices. It also supports up to two monitors via DVI cables, and to the network switch via a standard ethernet cable. Overall 3 network ports and IP numbers are used (one for the ethernet connector on the computer, one for the host card and one for the portal) With everything connected and powered up the portal and card found each other and connected without issue using DHCP assigned IP numbers. Out of the box in less than 30 minutes I had moved my desktop PC to the utility closet and now have a silent workstation in my home office! Neither normal usage, nor watching a 1080 video (such as showed any signs of delay, packet loss or compression.

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Product Overview

EVGA’s new remote PC system based on the revolutionary PC-over-IP® technology that delivers a desktop from a centralized host PC or workstation with an immaculate, uncompromised end-user experience across standard IP networks – including full DVI monitor video, complete USB peripheral support, and full-duplex high-definition audio.

The PCoIP Desktop Portal includes two DVI-I outputs, four USB ports, a speaker port, a microphone port, a headphone port and an Ethernet connector. Input comes from the enterprise network via the standard Ethernet connector. Display output is driven by the DVI-I ports and peripherals use the USB ports for I/O. The net result is a low cost, fan-less, reliable desktop-side device that requires minimal IT administration and support since all processing resides on the host PC or workstation.


Manufacturer EVGA
Mfg Part# 124-IP-PD01-TR
SKU 210681458
UPC 843368009274
UPC 14 00843368009274
Breakthrough innovation in display compression and propagation over networks.
Fully transparent hardware bridging for peripherals and audio.
End-to-end security via wire-speed encryption on all data traffic sent between the centralized host and the user's desktop.
Seamless integration into existing IT environment with no drivers required and no impact on the host operating system.
Unlimited desktop performance scalability as PC-over-IP technology is independent of host CPU or graphics processing.
Complete operating system and application independence.
Tech Specs
Interfaces/Ports 1 x RJ-45 Network / 4 x USB 2.0 USB / Audio In / Audio Out / 2 x DVI-I Video
Product Name 124-IP-PD01-TR Video Capturing Device
Manufacturer Website Address
Manufacturer EVGA Corporation
Product Type Video Capturing Device
Brand Name EVGA
Product Model 124-IP-PD01-TR
Manufacturer Part Number 124-IP-PD01-TR
Standard Memory 128 MB
Additional Information 10/100Mbit or 1Gbit Ethernet network connectivity Based on TERA1100 processor
System Requirements Operating System(s): Microsoft Windows 2000 Microsoft Windows XP Microsoft Windows Vista Microsoft Windows 7 Mac OS X
Dimensions 8.37" Height x 1.31" Width x 5.25" Length
Form Factor External
Weight 1.90 lb
Platform Support PC / Mac
Monitor Support 2
Functions Video Capturing
Graphics Resolution 1920 x 1200 WUXGA
Standard Warranty 1 Year Limited
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