Rugged notebook computer from Getac converts to rugged tablet computer for vehicle and field use

IRVINE, Calif., 8 Sept. 2010. Getac Technology Corp. in Irvine, Calif., is introducing the V200 rugged convertible notebook-to-tablet computer for vehicle mounting or field use. The V200 has the Intel Core i7-620LM processor running at 2 GHz, four megabytes of Intel L3 Smart Cache, magnesium alloy casing, shock-mounted 320-gigabyte hard drive, sealed I/O caps and doors to prevent damage from solid particles and moisture, optional 80-gigabyte solid state drive, 12.1-inch wide sunlight-readable display, and full-size 88-key keyboard.

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IRVINE, Calif., 8 Sept. 2010. Getac Technology Corp. in Irvine, Calif., is introducing the V200 rugged convertible notebook-to-tablet computer for vehicle mounting or field use. The combination rugged notebook computer and rugged tablet computer consumes 25 Watts of power, is MIL-STD-810G and IP65 compliant for use in harsh environments, operates in temperatures as low as -20 degrees Celsius, weighs less than six pounds, and offers multi-touch capability to enable workers to manipulate the screen by a series of single and multi-finger gestures while wearing gloves.

The V200 has the Intel Core i7-620LM processor running at 2 GHz, four megabytes of Intel L3 Smart Cache, magnesium alloy casing, shock-mounted 320-gigabyte hard drive, sealed I/O caps and doors to prevent damage from solid particles and moisture, optional 80-gigabyte solid state drive, 12.1-inch wide sunlight-readable display, and full-size 88-key keyboard.

Connectivity includes 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, and 10/100/1000 Giga LAN, with optional GPS and 3G-Gobi 2000 multi-band wireless. Expansion interfaces including USB, VGA, RS232, eSATA, SD card reader, and PCMCIA. Built-in security includes finger print reader on the display face, built-in Smart Card reader, EAL 5+ encryption.

The computer includes LifeSupport battery swapping system that gives the user about two minutes to change out a depleted battery with a fresh charged one without shutting the computer down or closing applications. For more information contact Getac online at www.getac.com.

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