Parvus Corp. in Salt Lake City is introducing the Zypad BR2000 rugged wearable computer and vehicle server. The body-worn computer uses the low-power Intel Atom processor together with high-speed wired and wireless network and device I/O interfaces. The BR2000 can serve as a soldier- and worker-wearable computer or vehicle-mount computer ready for Linux and Windows applications. As a man-wearable computer, the BR2000 fits on a tactical vest, utility belt, pocket, or backpack and interfaces with a wrist-worn, vest-mounted, or handheld display, and/or helmet monocle. The computer and its battery are compact and weigh 1.8 pounds. Without the battery, the unit weighs 1.4 pounds and can be hard-mounted. The tactical computer can operate in extreme temperatures, withstand vibration and shock, and is sealed against exposure to the elements. Standard I/O offers Gigabit Ethernet, USB 2.0, RS232/422, audio, and 2D/3D video output.
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