Getac, an Irvine-based designer and manufacturer of computers for field-based applications, will begin shipping its newest tablet in the middle of August. The E110 is a 10.1-inch Windows 7 tablet was inspired for the use of field services, utilities, industrial and law enforcement sectors, featuring a LifeSupport battery, sunlight readable display and an Intel Atom N2800 1.86GHz processor.
“Getac has incorporated significant improvements in CPU and graphics performance in the new E110 rugged tablet that will allow field-based users work in the most extreme working environments effectively, efficiently, and with confidence,” said Jim Rimay, Getac‘s president. “Its fully rugged exterior and solid state storage protect system components and invaluable files from typical environmental hazards including heat, cold, and drops, vibration and shock.”
The E110 is protected by a magnesium alloy case and includes a sophisticated backlight and anti-reflective technology creates a 750 NITs high-definition sunlight readable touchscreen display, which also uses Getac’s QuadraClear technology. The integrated GMA 3650 graphics processor generates the advanced graphics performance.
The embedded LifeSupport battery allows battery hot-swapping, which was inspired by field technicians and public safety professionals, LifeSupport lets users to switch batteries without shutting off the system or running the risk of lost data. This permits constant usage through multiple shifts and users, along with the help of spare batteries and optional dual-bay battery charger. Getac also created an exclusive Power Management Technology to prolong battery use.
The E110 has a 300 percent increase with the new Intel Atom N28001.86GHz processor with the DDR3 memory and improved graphics, according to 3DMark 06 test. It provides the options of RS-232 Serial port, two USB ports, smart card readers, contactless high-frequency RFID reader, Bluetooth 4.0 and 3G Network connectivity. The E110 also is IP65 and MIL-STD-810G rated, with the capacity to endure three feet drops, vibrations, temperatures from -21 degrees Celsius to 60 degrees Celsius and other elements that can harm commercial-grade PC.
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