ARMOR X7 compact rugged tablet computer from DRS Tactical Systems certified to connect on Sprint networks

MELBOURNE, Fla., 9 Oct. 2011. The ARMOR X7 compact rugged tablet computer form DRS Tactical Systems Inc. in Melbourne, Fla., has been approved for the Sprint3G network, which will enable ARMOR users that use the integrated WWAN capabilities of the ARMOR X7 can communicate on the Sprint telecommunications network. The ARMOR X7 rugged tablet underwent testing for certification on the Sprint 3G network, and met technical requirements for antenna performance, network selection, network influence, regulatory confirmation, and data connection management. The ARMOR X7 rugged tablet computer weighs 2.85 pounds and has a 7-inch sunlight readable touch-screen display.

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MELBOURNE, Fla., 9 Oct. 2011. The ARMOR X7 compact rugged tablet computer form DRS Tactical Systems Inc. in Melbourne, Fla., has been approved for the Sprint3G network, which will enable ARMOR users that use the integrated WWAN capabilities of the ARMOR X7 can communicate on the Sprint telecommunications network.The ARMOR X7 rugged tablet underwent testing for certification on the Sprint 3G network, and met technical requirements for antenna performance, network selection, network influence, regulatory confirmation, and data connection management.The ARMOR X7 rugged tablet computer weighs 2.85 pounds, has a 7-inch sunlight readable touch-screen display, advanced wireless connectivity through the Gobi WWAN mobile broadband, Bluetooth wireless, integrated GPS, and 802.11 a/g/n WiFi.

The ARMOR X7 is for mission-critical tasks that require connectivity, mobility, ease of use, and the durability to support all-weather operations. It is certified to MIL-STD-810G for extremes in temperature, vibration, shock, and drops, and carries dust and moisture ingress protection (IP) rating of 65.

The ARMOR X7 has the Intel Atom processor N450 and runs Microsoft Windows 7 Professional. Other has include energy efficient touch-screen LCD display, docking system, and m-SATA solid-state drives from Intel in both 40 gigabytes and 80 gigabytes capacities.

For more information contact DRS Tactical Systems online at www.drsarmor.com/X7.

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