MELBOURNE, Fla., 21 April 2011. The ARMOR X10gx rugged tablet computer from DRS Tactical Systems Inc. in Melbourne, Fla., is approved for connecting on the Sprint3G cell phone network, which will enable ARMOR users to exchange data and communications over the Sprint3G wireless cell phone service.DRS engineers tested the ARMOR X10gx for antenna performance, network selection, network impact, regulatory confirmation, and data connection management to qualify for working on the Sprint cell phone network. Connectivity features of the ARMOR X10gx include Bluetooth wireless, integrated GPS, and 802.11 a/g/n WiFi.The ARMOR rugged tablet computer weighs 4.7 pounds, and is designed for mission-critical tasks that require connectivity, mobility, ease of use, and the durability in all-weather operations. Integrated Gobi 2000 WWAN mobile broadband radio helps keep the user connected on multiple wireless networks.
The X10gx rugged tablet is certified to MIL-STD-810G for temperature, vibration, shock and drops, and carries an ingress protection rating of 67, which means it can withstand the effects of immersion in water to depths of nearly four feet.
The computer has a 10.4-inch sunlight readable touch-screen LCD display, docking system, Intel Core2 Duo processor, as much as 4 gigabytes of RAM, and a 64-gigabyte solid-state hard drive. It runs on Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate, Business.
For more information contact DRS Tactical Systems online at www.drs-ts.com.