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.
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.