Portable lightweight rugged tablet computer for harsh environments introduced by Getac

IRVINE, Calif., 16 Nov. 2015. Getac Inc. in Irvine, Calif., is introducing the RX10 portable, lightweight rugged tablet computer for field service in harsh environments.

Nov 16th, 2015
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

IRVINE, Calif., 16 Nov. 2015. Getac Inc. in Irvine, Calif., is introducing the RX10 portable, lightweight rugged tablet computer for field service in harsh environments.

The Getac RX10 combines an Intel Core M processor with a 10.1-inch liquid crystal display, which operates in wet environments while using a stylus, digitizer, or gloves. The rugged tablet measures 0.74 inches thick and weighs 2.65 pounds.

It offers the Getac LifeSupport hot-swappable battery, which lasts as long as eight hours on a charge, and users can swap the main battery and replace it with a fresh battery without shutting the computer down.

The rugged tablet includes an optional front-facing HD camera, 1D/2D barcode reader, USB 3.0/2.0 ports, micro HDMI port, and headphone/microphone combo. On the tablet's backside are an 8-megapixel camera and POGO-style dock connector pins.

The computer operates in temperatures from -5.8 to 131 degrees Fahrenheit, and is certified to MIL-STD 810G and IP65 to survive drops, vibration, water, dust, and extreme temperatures.

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The detachable rugged rubber keyboard and kickstand allow users to transform the RX10 to a 2-in-1 device, supporting data input in the field. The rubber keyboard is easy to clean and features a backlight function and IP54 dust and water protection.

The Getac RX10 provides security and connectivity features that include password protection, RFID, fingerprint reader, and a smartcard reader.

For connectivity, the RX10 incorporates Intel's wireless AC 7265 for 802.11ac speeds with low power consumption and optional 4G LTE. For vehicle deployments, the RX10 offers tri pass-through antenna ports simultaneously to connect high-gain GPS, WWAN and WLAN roof-mounted antennas for expanded signal range.

For more information contact Getac online at www.getac.com.

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