We are actively working with hardware partners to integrate the Paperspace remote desktop protocol into the most commonly used thin-client devices. At this time, however, our software is not yet available on most thin-clients currently on the market. Here we'll cover the various options for running Paperspace on a thin-client today as well as options that will be available in the future.
The most common option is to use RDP as the remote desktop protocol. RDP is built directly into most thin-clients available today and is fully supported by Paperspace desktops.
Installing our native app on a Windows-based thin-client is also an option.
We have been working with Intel to create a Paperspace Ready NUC (an Intel thin-client device). It will be a turn-key solution natively supporting the Paperspace protocol. In the meantime, it is possible to install our native app on a NUC running Ubuntu only. This would be a similar experience to the turn-key solution, aside from a few missing features like USB redirection, launch directly into fullscreen, etc.