Getac Z710 7-inch Android tablet for rugged field services
Shipping in July is the brand new Getac Z710 7-inch Android tablet for rugged field services, this tablet is so tough you can just about take it anywhere. It does not matter if you are in the army or you are an explorer, field engineer etc, it will handle the pressure.
The Getac Z710 has also been Zone II/22 certification, which in a nutshell can handle explosive situations; it combines technology that can be relied on.
The 7-inch rugged tablet runs on Android Jelly Bean 4.1 operating system and also features 1024 x 600 resolution touchscreen, this is so good you do not have to take your gloves off to use the touchscreen, keep them on and work away.
Other features include a 1D/2D CMOS barcode reader, 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus; it even has a HF RFID reader.
Key Getac Z710 Tablet Specs
7′-inch LumiBond Display with Getac QuadraClear Sunlight Readable Technology and Glove-enabled Capacitive Touchscreen, 6 Feet Drop and IP65 Certified, SiRFstarIV High Sensitivity GPS, Optional 3.5G WWAN (HSPA+/UMTS/EDGE/GPRS/GSM) for data and voice communication and Optional 1D/2D Imager Barcode Reader and RFID and so much more.
This tablet also comes with ASLR, which is a security feature in the RAM so the operating system is impenetrable to memory corruption.
The Getac Z710 comes with many other optional ATEX extras and can be pre-ordered right now for $2,299, shipping starts in July, it is expensive but then you want something to last. Please watch the video provided below ->>
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