Rugged tablet computer with Intel Quad-core i5 or i7 processor for challenging environments offered by Getac

Sept. 16, 2020
The UX10-IP has sealed buttons for frequent cleaning, and is designed to be a effective field services solution for engineers and technicians.

IRVINE, Calif. – Getac Inc. in Irvine, Calif., is introducing the UX10 powerful rugged tablet computer for use in challenging environments, such as those found in the public safety, utilities, natural resources and manufacturing industries.

Compared to the original UX10, this next-generation tablet delivers improved performance, data storage, connectivity, and rugged reliability.

Key features include a 10th Gen Intel Quad-core i5 or i7 processor and PCI Express NVMe solid-state storage technology, and more stable and reliable connectivity in dense, congested environments. The UX10 meets MIL-STD-810H certification and resistance to damage from drops as high as six feet while in tablet computer mode.

The UX10-IP has sealed buttons and an ergonomic design that makes frequent cleaning fast and simple, and is designed to be a effective field services solution for engineers and technicians in the energy, natural resources, and utilities industries.

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The rugged device meets stringent ATEX/IECEx standards for use in Zone 2/22 hazardous and potentially explosive environments. Connectivity options make uploading reports directly from the field fast and efficient, while the UX10-EX's all-weather functionality means it can be relied on in every situation.

Three key software utilities also available for use alongside the UX10 are Getac's KeyWedge Barcode Reader Utility, Getac Driving Safety Utility, and Getac Device Monitoring System.

For more information contact Getac online at

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