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Getac updates B300 rugged notebook with new screens and faster CPU

Posted in Computers by Shane McGlaun on September 23rd, 2010

Rugged notebooks come in different levels of rugged. There are some that are only a bit more rugged than your average notebook and then there are some that are able to withstand the harshest of conditions and survive drops, water, and dust. The Getac B300 is one of the most rugged machines you will find.

Getac has announced that it has updated the B300 with some new specifications and features. The machine now gets a faster Intel Core i7 CPU running at 2GHz that can be boosted to 2.8GHz with Intel Turbo Boost tech. The machine also gets a standard 700-nit brightness LCD and has an optional 1400-nit rated screen.

Getac unveils 9213 rugged business notebook

Posted in Computers by Shane McGlaun on July 10th, 2009

getac9213-sbRugged notebooks are typically more about function over form. They are often big, boxy machines that look like a suitcase more than a typical notebook computer. Rugged machines are also typically larger and heavier than standard machines.

Getac has announced its latest rugged notebook called the 9213. The machine is built with a magnesium chassis and a shock mounted hard drive and LCD. The notebook is designed to handle bumps, drops, and mishaps that go along with using a notebook on the road. The machine also has a spill resistant keyboard.

Getac unveils new rugged GPS/PDA device

Posted in GPS by Shane McGlaun on March 2nd, 2009

Getac PS535FGPS devices re nice and many of the automotive GPS devices can be used when you are walking as well. The catch is that the typical automotive GPS device is far from rugged and one drop onto the driveway can kill the machine.

Getac has announced a new rugged GPS/PDA device that can withstand drops and more. The device is ruggedized to meet MIL-STD 810F and is IP54 certified. The machine offers 8-hour battery life and has a 3.5-inch touch-enabled screen with an option for a screen readable in full sunlight.

TabletKiosk turns to Getac for help with new Tablet PC

Posted in Tablet PC by Nino Marchetti on April 10th, 2008

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TabletKiosk earlier last week revealed a rugged new Tablet PC, created in partnership with mobile computing company Getac. It is called the g840XT and you’ll find it will cost you in the neighborhood above $3,000.

The TabletKiosk g840XT is a 8.4-inch Tablet PC which combines a rugged design, shock mounted hard drive, GPS, sunlight readable display and a fanless system into one package for mobile workers in rough environments. It runs Windows XP Professional and offers as its chipset an Intel Stealey A110 ULV processor.