GammaTech rough T7Q Unveils at $2k and up
A major international manufacturer and supplier of innovative notebook and tablet computers, GammaTech Computer Corp has inserted to its award-winning line of fully rugged tablets. The new model, the T7Q, meets Military Standard 810G for drop, shock, spill, salt, fog, and freeze/thaw resistance; and also meets IP-65 for protection against dust and water.
You know guys; this unit is a lightweight solution for virtually any outdoor environment such as transportation, field services, utilities, oil, gas and other types of mobile applications. As says by Jen Chen, GammaTech president that whether used on the road, in an office or at home, the lightweight and fully rugged T7Q offers exceptional peace of mind and this new tablet has the reliability that lets users concentrate on their work without having to worry about physical or functional damage during extended, everyday use, even if everyday use is in harsh environments.
This T7Q is only 3-pounds and with ergonomic hand straps and this tablet is the perfect solution and size for a number of mobile professionals in any environment. Furthermore, the hot-swappable twin battery pack provides up to 10 hours of on-the-road power. The T7Q stands up to many heavy-duty, industrial applications such as in the transportation and fleet industries with its rugged durability.
It is packed in a 7-inch resistive-touch TFT WSVGA LCD. In addition, it features Intel Atom N2600 or N2800 processor, 5MP camera with geotagging, compass, gyroscope and an mSATA SSD. It can also be accessorized to the nines with items like RFID, magnetic stripe readers and GPS through an assortment of connectors and expansion slots.
You know, this T7Q tablet supports multiple security options including TPM1.2 data security technology, BIOS built-in security, and a Kensington lock connector. Moreover, it can also be put into one-click Stealth Mode and is Computrace compatible.
The price is starting at $2,000. You know, GammaTech is named a winner in Government Security News' 2010 and 2011 Homeland Security Awards in the Best Rugged Computers category.