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GammaTech Offers Rugged Durabook Tablets

June 30, 2013  | 

Photo courtesy of GammaTech.
Photo courtesy of GammaTech.
GammaTech Computer Corp.'s latest introductions to the GammaTech tablet family include the TA10, CA10, and T7Q models, the company announced.

The high‐end, rugged TA10 tablet is designed and engineered for demanding public safety, military and industrial applications. The TA10 is IP65 rated and MIL-STD 461F certified, which can be utilized with the specified adapter to meet all Air Force requirements for maintenance operations on the ground and large-body fixed-wing aircrafts. The TA10 comes with either an advanced Intel Ivy Bridge i3‐3217UE or i7‐3517UE processor and can be equipped with 320GB to 750GB storage capacity via a 2.5-inch SATA HDD or optional 64GB to 480GB mSATA SSD. Dual hot-swappable six‐cell battery packs provide a full day of operation. In addition, the TA10 touts a unique and exclusive quick-release HDD storage capability, where users can inter-swap HDDs with a simple click of a button.

The CA10 semi-rugged tablet is designed for ultra-mobile workers in the construction, manufacturing, utilities, transportation and distribution, healthcare, and telecommunications industries. For the times away from an office, the CA10's dual-battery design with hot-swap capability, Intel Wi-Fi Link 135 and Bluetooth 4.0 capabilities, as well as an optional Mini PCI-E module for WWAN/GPS and RFID/NFC will come in handy. The CA10 includes a Smart card reader and optional pin-pad device, a magnetic swipe reader for applications involving monetary transactions, and a 1D/2D barcode scanner.

The T7Q fully rugged tablet is a perfect solution and size for a number of mobile professionals in the construction, manufacturing, utilities, transportation and distribution, and telecommunications industries. It offers a choice of two processors: the Intel Atom N2600 (1.6GHz) or the Intel Atom N2800 (1.86GHz), both of which are made specifically for ultra-mobile devices. It comes with HD stereo audio and a 5MP camera with GeoTagging support for when a detailed, quality image is needed. Additional features include a G-sensor with auto-rotation, e-compass, and gyroscope functions for sophisticated navigation applications, multiple security options, and one-click Stealth Mode.

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