Atrust t160W is a Windows based thin client computer (WES 2009 / WES 7) and is designed for mainstream thin client users. It features VIA Nano U3500 1.0GHz processor and bundles major protocols and applications, for instance VMware View, Citrix XenDesktop, Citrix XenApp, Microsoft RDP (with RemoteFX for WES 7), Local Browser and Media Player. For thin client users who require the Windows platform, dual displays and more computing power in client side in a server-based computing environment, it’s the best choice.

  • WES
  • FCC
  • CE
  • NRTL
  • Energy Star
  • Citrix Ready HDX verified
  • VMware Ready
Dual display support
t160W is designed to support dual displays (RGB and DVI-D) through a Y cable in a WES 2009 environment. By integrating a VIA Nano 3000E 1.0GHz processor, the t160W delivers the best performance among competing devices.
Durable and quiet design
t160W’s efficiently thermal design not only eliminates the need for traditional fans, but also increases system stability and extends product lifetime. In the meantime, the t160W also improves workplace quality because of its noiseless design.
Simplified management
ADM provides a centralized management tool to replace traditional method of configuring each PC. ADM allows MIS people to set different privilege levels for individual t160W clients. MIS people can also install/remove applications in/from t160W from a remote site via internet. Devices such as USB ports in t160W can be enable/disable by MIS people from a remote site as well.
Slim and robust design
t160W is compact and only weights 606g. The slim and light design allows it to be VESA mounted from desktops to the back of a LCD monitor. It’s the best choice to replace traditionally heavy and dull desktops in a server-based computing environment.
Low power consumption
t160W consumes minimal power in its idle state. Compared to normal desktop computers, it saves a considerable amount of an enterprises' energy bill.
Lower total cost of ownership
t160W requires little cost of acquisition. Furthermore, the server-based computing also significantly reduces the IT manpower need for management and maintenance.



VIA Nano U3500 1.0GHz
System memory
1GB (WES 2009) / 2GB (WES 7)
Flash memory
1GB (WES 2009) / 4GB (WES 7)
VIA Chrome9 HCM Integrated Graphics
Video memory
32-256 MB shared memory
Maximum resolutions
1920 x 1200
DVI-I type video output which can be connected to a DVI and a RGB displays via a Y-cable
I/O ports
Front: 2 x USB, 1 x Microphone, 1 x Headphone
Rear: 2 x USB, 1 x RJ45, ,1 x DC IN, 1 x DVI-I, 1 x Kensington lock slot
Gigabit Ethernet
(W) 128 x (D) 45 x (H) 128 mm
606g (approximate)
Operating noise
No noise
Operating temperature
0℃ ~ 35℃
Non-operating temperature
-30℃ ~ 60℃
Operating humidity (Rh)
10% ~ 90% (non-condensing)
Non-operating humidity (Rh)
5% ~ 95%
Operating voltage range
100 ~ 240 VAC
Rated line frequency
50 ~ 60 Hz
Rated output current (max)
Output voltage
+12V DC
Idle power
Idle power for one display is around 7.6W
Operating system
Windows Embedded Standard 2009 / Windows Embedded Standard 7
Atrust Device Manager (ADM) / Atrust Client Setup (ACS)
Citrix ICA/HDX, Microsoft RDP, VMware Horizon View
Network standard
Gigabit Ethernet, DHCP, SSL, PPPoE, Wake on LAN
VESA Mount Kit (W) 136 x (D) 62.4 x (H) 135.2 mm
DVI-I to DVI-D/D-sub Y-cable
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (Manufacturing option)

* All above specifications are subject to change without notice.

Atrust Device Manager is a powerful software for managing a large number of thin client devices in desktop virtualization infrastructure. It enables IT administrator to remotely deploy, manage, update clients, and assist users from a single computer. The administrator can manage and update clients simply and quickly in groups with a flexible and secure mechanism. Additionally, the IT administrator can remotely assist users in resolving problems or configuring local settings.

The key features of Atrust Device Manager are:
- helping the management of clients (without a pre-installed operating system) devices
- pushing custom settings to a large number of clients
- updating firmware and installing software packages for clients
- rebooting, powering off, and waking clients simply through the local network
- helping users to troubleshoot problems remotely
- identifying clients and managing IT assets with detailed client information


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t160WSpecification1.0381.2 KBSpecification

1 Power Button 7 Kensington Lock
Press to power the t160W on or off. Attach the t160W to a permanent object with the Kensington slot and a security cable.
2 Power LED 8 DC IN
Lights blue when t160W is powered on. Connect the supplied power cable to this port.
3 USB Port 9 LAN Port
Connect USB devices, such as a keyboard or mouse, to these ports. Connect an RJ-45 Gigabit Ethernet cable to this port.
4 SSD LED 10 USB Port
Lights yellow when the SSD is accessed. Connect USB devices, such as a keyboard or mouse, to these ports.
5 Microphone Port 11 DVI-I Port
Connect a microphone to this jack. Connect a DVI-I cable to this port. In case that you need dual displays, connect this port to both displays (DVI or RGB) using a Y-cable.
6 Headphone Port
Connect headphones to this jack.
* The above information is subject to change without notice.