How does the user log into the omega device? (with network name or card?)
Also, when was the last time you purchased a PS200?
The swipe their ID on a card reader to access the printer queue. I can not say when the last time a ps200 was bought since it was before my time working at the college
The new PS200’s have a SSD Drive in it now and are much faster to boot and respond.
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We've been using Uniprint for printing cost recovery for more than 20 years. Our "PrintStations" were always recycled lab computers, so the price was practically zero. When Microsoft dropped support for Windows XP we decided to buy "Release Stations" built for Windows 7. Since you asked, they are Lenovo Tiny desktops in the $399 price range. They have all the ports we need. In fact they have so many ports we have to lock them out so the users can't boot from them or open documents. Pharos used to have guidelines for running pstation.exe in kiosk mode. Now we have The Google for learning things like that. Frugal readers will be glad to know we are still using 15-inch LCD screens from the last century. Release Stations just don't look right with 24-inch displays.