Dell is moving forward with plans to release new thin clients designed that will work with Microsoft’s upcoming OS – Windows 8.

Jeff McNaught, chief strategy and marketing officer of the Wyse business unit at Dell said that these new devices will be configured to work with the touch-based Metro user-interface in Windows 8. In addition, Dell will show off the new hardware will be shown at VMware’s VMworld conference in San Francisco between August 26 and 30.

Dell’s newly acquired Wyse unit offers a range of products including thin clients in the form of laptops, monitors and zero-client desktop boxes.

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