Rugged laptop/tablet mil-spec hybrid for military computing introduced by Stealth Computer

Rugged laptop computer supplier Stealth Computer in Woodbridge, Ontario, is introducing a rugged laptop/rugged tablet mil-spec hybrid for military computing in demanding environments in indoor and outdoor/field applications.

Nov 1st, 2009
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Rugged laptop computer supplier Stealth Computer in Woodbridge, Ontario, is introducing a rugged laptop/rugged tablet mil-spec hybrid for military computing in demanding environments in indoor and outdoor/field applications. The NW-2000 rugged computer, which is part of the Stealth hybrid Notebook Warrior series, quickly transforms from a rugged notebook into a rugged tablet PC. The NW-2000 military laptop computer meets MIL-STD 810F specifications. The combination military laptop/military tablet is encapsulated in a magnesium alloy chassis with built-in, weather-protective doors for all I/O ports. The IP54/NEMA13 environmental protection provides a degree of defense in adverse operating conditions with protection from lint, dust, and the spraying of water. Stealth’s NW-2000 ships standard with a sunlight-viewable, 13.3-inch WXGA (1280 x 800) LCD screen for high ambient light conditions. The external video graphics output provides resolutions as fine as QXGA (2048 x 1536). A built-in, touch-screen sensor allows finger-touch inputs directly on the LCD or the use of a stylus pen (included) for pinpoint data input accuracy. Stealth’s rugged machine is powered with the Intel Memrom low-voltage processor. The back-lit 86-key keyboard allows for easy operation in dark environments. For more information, visit Stealth Computer online at www.stealth.com.

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