TAG introduces rugged hand-held Windows computer for mobile applications

Technology Advancement Group (TAG) in Dulles, Va., is introducing a 4-pound rugged handheld computer for mobile applications called the TC-100 Commander that has sunlight-readable display, touchscreen, and optional customizable button location.

Technology Advancement Group (TAG) in Dulles, Va., is introducing a 4-pound rugged handheld computer for mobile applications called the TC-100 Commander that has sunlight-readable display, touchscreen, and optional customizable button location. The computer comes with an Intel LV Pentium-M 733 1.4 GHz or ULV Pentium-M 738 1.1 GHz microprocessor, has 2 megabytes of L2 cache, and DDRRAM solid-state memory expandable to 2 gigabytes. The machine offers data storage of as much as 32 gigabytes of solid-state hard disk or 100 gigabytes of rotating hard disk. The computer also has four USB 2.0 ports; one Ethernet (RJ-45) port; support for Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Linux, and Solaris operating systems; backlit keys; and a 7-inch touchscreen display with 1,024-by-600-pixel resolution. It is designed to MIL-STD-167-1, MIL-STD-810, MIL-STD-901D and IP67; and operates in temperatures from -30 to 60 degrees Celsius 60°C (-22 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit). The commander also has dual hot-swappable batteries and wireless networking capability. The handheld rugged PC offers GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and satellite connectivity. Options include a lightweight battery pack, spare battery pack, vehicle mount with or without integrated keyboard, vehicle/air charger, and thigh holster. “The Commander is fully customizable allowing customers the flexibility to field a device that meets their mission requirements,” says Marcus DeSouza, TAG’s chief operating officer. For more information, contact TAG online at www.tag.com.

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