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Getac's V100 Computer Wins Best of Show at FOSE

April 02, 2010  | 


The Getac V100 quickly transforms from a fully rugged notebook computer into a rugged Tablet PC with one quick rotation of the display.

Government Computer News awarded the Getac V100 rugged convertible computer the Best of Show Award in the Portable PC category at this year's FOSE (Federal Office Systems Exposition) show. FOSE is widely recognized as the most comprehensive event for government information technology (IT) professionals.

GCN editors and technology analysts selected Getac's V100 rugged convertible based on four criteria: innovation; usability/applicability to government; relative performance based on specifications, and value.

The Getac V100 quickly transforms from a fully rugged notebook computer into a rugged Tablet PC with one quick rotation of the display, performing flawlessly under extreme working environments where weather conditions and physical abuse are unavoidable.

The rugged convertible offers Getac's exclusive QuadraClear technology with touchscreen, allowing for optimal viewability in direct sunlight.  QuadraClear utilizes special anti-reflective coatings, linear and circular polarizers and a 1200 nit LED display, which allows law enforcement and military personnel to read even the most complex graphics in bright sunlight.

Getac's fully rugged notebooks and tablets, including the V100, offer a five-year bumper-to-bumper warranty.

 

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