Getac introduces rugged GPS PDA computer with camera, altimeter, and e-compass

Rugged computer maker Getac Inc. in Lake Forest, Calif., is introducing the Getac PS535F handheld family of rugged computers that are rugged PDAs with a GPS sensor, built-in 3 megapixel auto-focus camera, altimeter, and E-compass.

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Rugged computer maker Getac Inc. in Lake Forest, Calif., is introducing the Getac PS535F handheld family of rugged computers that are rugged PDAs with a GPS sensor, built-in 3 megapixel auto-focus camera, altimeter, and E-compass. The PS535F handheld PDA is for GIS surveying applications across different sectors including military, aerospace, avionics, utilities, oil and gas, forest patrol, and surveying and mapping of geology and mineral resources. The built-in camera enables instant visual data capture in the field, and the 3.5-inch VGA touch screen display with sunlight readable technology enhances the viewing quality of graphic-intensive files and detailed maps, even in bright sunlight or snowy conditions. In addition to its GPS system, the product’s built-in altimeter and E-compass provide advanced navigation has such as fixed positioning of longitude, latitude and altitude, as well as the ability to provide directional relations between the targeted subject and the user’s position. The PS535F also has wireless connectivity options, including integrated Bluetooth V2.0 and 802.11b/g WiFi. Users can connect the PS535F to a GIS server and instantly transmit or process data in the field using a Getac Bluetooth modem or mobile phone. For more information contact Getac online at www.getac.com.

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