So I have a 4 year old and a 6 year old, 6 year old is finishing kindy, and one of the things we have noticed he hasn't been doing much of is Reading Eggs (https://readingeggs.com.au/). For those not familiar with it, at lot of schools require it. He loves reading eggs, but getting time on a computer to do it isn't easy. We have some cheap tablets and they have run times of about 1-2 hrs, but holding/using a tablet for more than 1/2 hr is painful. My wife and I have a computer each, but its rare both are free, and when one is using the program the other wants to use it as well. I had recently bought a thin client for a retro PC platform, so I am seeing an obvious solution for about $100 each. Wife agreed, perhaps its time that each kid got their own computer! She likes how small, uncluttered and simple the thin clients are and they are cheap. While the kids will eventually outgrow these platforms, I figure they should be fine for the next 5 or so years, for things like online educational games, word processing, drawing, browsing etc. TLDR = The wife approved me to buy two thin clients for the kids! While there are some very cheap clients, I figured I would get something semi decent. Something that can run Win10, fine for browsing etc. So I ended up getting them a Dell Wyse 7020 thinclient each. This is a quad core 2.0 Ghz Radon 8400E, with 4GB ram(upgradable) and 64GB SSD. These are available for about $120 a piece. While there are cheaper clients, many would struggle with Win10. 64GB SSD is probably big enough I wouldn't need to upgrade it for at least the next few years. These are the approximates of the T620Plus which phil reviewed, . So as a build log and experience report: Need to get Wifi working on them as they will be somewhere without a hard wired network connection. How useful is Win10? Tear down, is there any room for expansion? The Thinclients don't appear to have any full sized PCIE slots. Office on the machines? Worthwhile or not?