Panasonic Solutions Company has made a series of upgrades to its Toughbook 31 fully-rugged laptop. The updated device features new Intel Core i5 and i3 processors, increased RAM and hard drive capacity as well as speed, up to 20 hours of battery life, a brighter sunlight-viewable screen, and more.
September 30, 2011
Designed as watertight/crush-resistant armor for tablet-style computers and Netbooks, the Pelican 1075 HardBack case fits in most soft bags and will protect just about any sensitive electronic device up to 10 inches from the rigors of travel.
August 26, 2011
Designed for rugged environments, Gamma Tech Computer Corp.'s Durabook S15C has a spill-resistant design that protects the keyboard, touchpad, and switches from spills seeping into sensitive interior parts and anti-shock mounting technology to withstand tough use.
April 29, 2011
The Stealth model KYBX-400 series industrial-grade keyboard with built-in optical trackball is housed in a rugged vandal-resistant stainless steel enclosure and will stand up to harsh, wet, and dirty environments.
November 30, 2010
Getac has significantly increased the processing power of its popular B300 Rugged Notebook by installing Intel CoreT i7 2.0Ghz processors with Intel Turbo Boost technology. The upgrade also includes 4MB of Intel L3 Smart Cache. This combination increases system speed by up to 67 percent over the previous generation of B300. The B300 features an extremely bright 1400 NITs display and 22-hour battery life.
October 7, 2010
The RAM Tough-Dock for the Panasonic CF-31 is available in an aluminum or composite enclosure suited for the Panasonic Toughbook. The dock offers port replication, optional Bluetooth integration, a tamper-proof lock and integrated screen support.
June 2, 2010
Designed for mobile workforces, the GD6000 is a notebook optimized for vehicle deployments. It meets fully rugged standards for temperature, vibration, dust ingress, and humidity. It can also survive punishing 30-inch drops and comes standard with a spill-resistant keyboard.
September 18, 2009
Designed for mobile workforces, the GD6000 from ITronix is a notebook optimized for vehicle deployments. It meets fully rugged standards for temperature, vibration, dust ingress, and humidity. It can also survive punishing 30-inch drops and comes standard with a spill resistant keyboard.
May 1, 2009
Extech Data Systems has added extra capability to its Andes 3 enhanced Generation 4 portable printer. Designed for harsh outdoor environments, the IP54-certified three-inch is able to withstand adverse weather conditions and drops to concrete. Now with Form Fiesta, users can create forms such as boarding passes and parking tickets.
February 1, 2009
Extech Data Systems’ Andes 3 is the first in a series of enhanced Generation 4 portable printers. Designed for harsh outdoor environments, the three-inch printer is able to withstand adverse weather conditions; it drops to concrete without diminished performance.
August 1, 2007
Rough Rider Max, the new notebook computer platform from Rugged Notebooks, features a 14.1-inch LCD screen upgradeable to a 15-inch TFT XGA LCD screen with standard 128MB ATI video card. For direct sunlight, true transflective outdoor viewable display and touch screen options are available.
March 1, 2007
The ix104 line of PCs from Xplore Technologies was designed to withstand intense environmental conditions and physical stress. Features include optical enhancement technology so the screen can be viewed in any light and versatile mount kits for docking stations.
August 1, 2005
Panasonic's new Toughbook CF-18 notebook/pen tablet PC features Intel Centrino mobile technology. Utilizing an ultra-low-voltage Intel Pentium M 900MHz processor with Intel SpeedStep technology, the Toughbook comes in two models: a Windows XP or 2000 notebook/pen tablet convertible and a Windows XP Tablet PC Edition-based notebook.
August 1, 2003
Amrel Systems brings more power to the rugged mobile computing arena with Amrel's Rocky II+ with Pentium III. The Pentium III processor can provide better responsiveness with your graphics software by offering increased frame rates, color depths, and image processing algorithms.
December 1, 2000