Military Embedded Systems

Bumps in the night are no problem for TabletPC

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June 01, 2010

Sharon Hess

Military Embedded Systems

Chris A. Cuifo

Editorial Director

Military Embedded Systems

Bumps in the night are no problem for TabletPC

Protecting data from things that go bump in the night - or during the day - is the recently upgraded E100 fully rugged TabletPC from Getac Inc.

Protecting data from things that go bump in the night – or during the day – is the recently upgraded E100 fully rugged TabletPC from Getac Inc. Designed to meet both IP65 and MIL-STD-810G specifications, the 3 lb TabletPC is well-protected against water, dirt, vibration, weather extremes, and many other harmful-to-electronics variables. It is also intended as an all-in-one ware, eliminating the need for numerous handheld devices for in-field warfighters and personnel in any out-in-the-field industry. And for times when the sun is shining relentlessly on soldiers or industrial workers just trying to get the job done, E100 provides an 800 NITs sunlight-readable display to ease viewing and speed workflow.

But that’s just the beginning. Things new and improved by Getac this time around include a faster 1.6 GHz processor, along with a solid state drive and expanded storage capacity. Users will also appreciate the new embedded backup battery, which facilitates spare battery hot-swapping. The real benefit to users is that they don’t have to shut down the TabletPC when they replace the battery packs, and yet all data is preserved. Additional plusses of the E100 include its RS-232 serial port, Giga LAN and Bluetooth 2.0, 812.11a/g/n wireless LAN, and optional 3G Network connectivity and/or dual smart card readers. Getac can also lend its “build to order” services to render a portable dual-battery charger or vehicle dock.

 

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