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Getac Introduces S410 Semi-Rugged Notebooks

April 13, 2016  | 

Designed to withstand the daily–and often punishing–routine of today’s public safety officers, the all-new Getac S410 semi-rugged notebook is now available. Getac says the S410 provides the highest levels of performance, flexibility, security and durability in a form factor that is 29% thinner and 23% lighter than its previous semi-rugged laptop.

“The S410 is yet again an example of how Getac is leading the rugged industry with forward-thinking products. The S410 strives to be the world’s most feature-rich and cost-effective semi-rugged laptop,” explains Scott Shainman, president of Getac.

Taking full advantage of Intel’s 6th Generation Skylake Core i3, i5 and i7 processors, the S410 delivers the highest performance in its class, according to Getac.  The S410 line offers Intel 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2 technology and a hot-swappable battery design to give users around-the-clock performance.  The available 14” Full HD LumiBond® 2.0 screen provides a responsive 10-point touch experience, even while wearing gloves, with up to 1,000 nits of brightness for glare-free reading, even in direct sunlight. Buyers can also option for Nvidia GeForce GTX 950M discrete graphics.

The S410 is a versatile, purpose-built solution enabling mobile professionals to customize a notebook that fits their specific needs and existing workflow, resulting in more successful implementations.  The S410 offers a combination of integrated I/O options, including a second LAN port and PowerShare USB 2.0, which allows the computer to charge even when it is turned off and eliminates the need for additional charging adapters. Rugged vehicle dock solutions from Gamber-Johnson and Havis make the S410 well suited for public safety because tri-pass-through antenna ports allow officers to simultaneously connect high-gain WWAN, WLAN and roof-mounted GPS antennas.

The Getac S410 provides a variety of security features and is the first notebook in its class to include TPM 2.0, which monitors and protects system start-ups by ensuring the device is tamper-free before releasing control to the operating system.  The S410 also offers optional Absolute DDS, which can be configured to disable the device the moment it senses security has been compromised. Multifactor authentication options, including password protection, an RFID reader, a finger-print reader and a SmartCard reader allow users to take full advantage of Microsoft Windows 10 identity and access control features, including Windows Hello, Microsoft Passport, and Credential Guard. 

The S410 semi-rugged notebook is MIL-STD810G and IP51-certified to survive drops up to three feet, spills, moisture, vibrations, shock, and extreme temperatures, from 5.8 degrees to 140 degrees Fahrenheit (operating) and -60 degrees to 160 degrees Fahrenheit (storage).  Sealed I/O ports and an island-style, splash-proof keyboard protect system components from dust and water, while the KryptoShell 2.0, rubber corners and an ergonomic rubber handle provide additional protection.

Starting price is $1,349. For more information on the new Getac S410, visit Getac.com.

 

About Getac

Getac is a key subsidiary of MiTAC-Synnex Business. Getac was established in 1989 as a joint venture with GE Aerospace to supply defense electronic products. Today, Getac’s business includes rugged notebooks, rugged tablets and rugged handheld and mobile video system devices for police, fire, military, utility, insurance and field-service customers.

 


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