Rugged handheld computer for use in moisture, extreme temperatures, introduced by Handheld Group

LIDKÖPING, Sweden, 16 Aug. 2016. Handheld Group in Lidköping, Sweden, is introducing the rugged Nautiz X2 enterprise handheld computer for use in challenging outdoor environments with moisture, dust, extreme high or low temperatures and potential drops.

Aug 16th, 2016
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

LIDKÖPING, Sweden, 16 Aug. 2016. Handheld Group in Lidköping, Sweden, is introducing the rugged Nautiz X2 enterprise handheld computer for use in challenging outdoor environments with moisture, dust, extreme high or low temperatures and potential drops.

The Nautiz X2 enterprise handheld integrates a high-quality scanner, camera, and mobile phone while offering compact and ergonomic form factor, company officials say.

The all-in-one mobile computer comes from a quad-core processor and Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system; high-speed scanners with 1D or 2D capability; integrated camera with 8-megapixel resolution, autofocus, and flash; 4G/LTE Android phone functionality; and sunlight-readable 4.7-inch multi-touch capacitive display.

The Nautiz X2 measures 6 by 3 inches, is 0.6 inches deep at the keyboard, and weighs slightly more than 8 ounces. It has an IP65 ingress protection rating against dust, sand, and water, and meets MIL-STD-810G for resistance to humidity, shock, vibrations, drop, salt, and extreme temperatures. The touchscreen is made of Gorilla Glass for increased durability.

For more information contact Handheld Group online at www.handheldgroup.com.

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