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Rugged laptop computer for use in military ground vehicles and helicopters offered by General Dynamics Itronix

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SUNRISE, Fla., 8 June 2011. General Dynamics Itronix in Sunrise, Fla., is introducing the GD8200 rugged notebook computer for mobile users in the military, law enforcement, field service technicians, and others who work in combat vehicles, helicopters, cars, and trucks. The GD8200 rugged notebook has a sunlight-readable display, global positioning system (GPS), and rugged case.

Powering the rugged laptop computer is the Intel Core i7 processor, which enables the GD8200 to handle imagery, video, and data files. The GD8200 combines Wi-Fi 802.11, Bluetooth and 4G mobile broadband technology. The sunlight-viewable DynaVue II touch screen display is sharp enough for viewing maps and videos.

The GD8200 meets MIL-STD 810G to resist the effects of drops, shock, vibration, extreme heat and cold, dust, and water. It also resists the effects of electromagnetic emissions common to helicopter operations.

For more information contact General Dynamics Itronix online at www.gd-itronix.com/GD8200.


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