JLT debuts ruggedized tablet

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  1. Barry J. Doyle

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    JLT debuts ruggedized tablet


    The 2.87-pound G-Force 850 ruggedized tablet PC is JLT Mobile Computers Inc.'s first foray into the ruggedized tablet PC space.


    The tablet qualifies for protection class IP-65, which means it is protected from dust and low-pressure water jets. With its fold-back cover in place, it can withstand total water immersion or firehose-strength spraying, according to JLT officials. It can also sustain a three-foot drop onto concrete with the cover open.


    Operating temperatures range from -5 degrees Celsius to 45 degrees Celsius, and acceptable storage temperatures range from -10 degrees Celsius to 50 degrees Celsius.


    The G-Force 850 features an 800 x 600 8.4-inch touch screen display that automatically brightens for viewing in direct sunlight and backlights for nighttime use...


    http://www.fcw.com/fcw/articles/2004/0405/web-tablet-04-09-04.asp




    This one sounds like it truly defines "rugged"!


    Barry J. Doyle

     
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    Interesting to see more niche players getting into the Tablet game. With this in addition to HP's new model and the Panasonic effort, there must be growth in the industrial use market.

    Brian Beeler
    Editor in Chief
    www.bargainPDA.com www.SPOTstop.com
     
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