Mil-spec rugged outdoor and industrial Android tablet computer that meets MIL-STD-810H introduced by Getac

April 4, 2024
Rugged tablet is for forklift truck operation, unmanned aircraft control, is certified to MIL-STD-810H and IP67, and can survive a six-foot drop.

IRVINE, Calif. – Getac Technology Corp. in Irvine, Calif., is introducing the AI-ready ZX80 8-inch rugged tablet computer for use in challenging work environments, from busy warehouses and logistics hubs to remote field locations and outdoor facilities.

The rugged tablet computer is powered by the Android operating system, weighs 590 grams, operates in temperatures from -29 to 63 degrees Celsius, and has a 1,000 nit 16:10 aspect ratio screen.

It is for forklift truck operation and unmanned aircraft control. The rugged tablet is certified to MIL-STD-810H and IP67, and can survive a six-foot drop. The ZX80 is compatible with Getac's hot-swappable battery technology, enabling users to switch additional batteries while in the field.

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Key features include a dual SIM design with one physical SIM and one eSIM for rapid switching between carrier networks. It offers Wi-Fi 6E 802.11ax, Bluetooth v5.2, and optional dedicated GPS. The ZX80 can be configured with 4G/5G LTE, NFC, and a barcode reader.

The ZX80 has a Qualcomm QCS6490 processor, and can use Qualcomm's artificial intelligence (AI) engine for machine learning and running AI use cases. The machine has a 12-gigabyte LPDDR5 memory, and comes with Android 13 pre-installed and is upgradable.

The rugged tablet can accommodate third-party secure vehicle docks, has a hand strap, stylus, and high-capacity hot swappable batteries, and a 65-Watt USB-C adaptor and docking station.

For more information contact Getac online at

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