GammaTech RT10C Rugged Tablet Review,Specifications and Features

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GamaTech, the rugged computer company just expand they rugged device with GammaTech RT10C. As the rugged machines, the RT10C tablet meet Military 810G standards and is rated IP65 which offer protections from drop, dust, shock, spill even for water tight make it ideal for outdoor use, travelling or field work.

Based on Intel Core i7-620UE dual core processor with clock speed at 1.06GHz with support Intel Turbo Boost to increase clock speed up to 2.13 GHz plus paired with 2GB DDR3 RAM or 4GB of RAM and integrated with graphics accelerator, GammaTech RT10C offer enough power for daily tasking. Sporting 10.2-inch touchscreen display that can produce 1024 x 600 pixels resolutions and running on Windows platform as the operating system, the tablet is designed for public works deployment, industrial, construction or professional users that need rugged device for their activities.

Physically, it has dimensions in 270mm(W) x 184mm(D) x49mm(H) with weight approximately at 2.3Kg / 5lbs and will be ready for order in black color. Other specifications are Bluetooth 2.0 EDR Class 1 Module, Two Mini Card Slot(internal), CompactFlash Slot, Two USB 2.0, One Mini USB, two Audio in/out jack for Microphone/ Earphone, Internal speaker with support High Definition Audio, internal microphone, One 15 pin D-sub VGA port for connect into external monitor or device and 9 cell Smart lithium-ion battery which offer up to five hours of battery usage.

The rugged tablet also offer WLAN 802.11 b/g for wireless connections, Gigabit Ethernet(10/100/1000Mpbs) with RJ-45 jack for wire connections and one Docking port for more USB port, VGA port, D-sub Serial port and RJ-45 connector. For security, it offer Fingerprint Recognition, TPM 1.2 Embedded Security Chip and optional Smart Card reader. However, there is no informations about abour price or release for this moment, but we expected the company will be announced more information about GammaTech RT10C Rugged Tablet next month at Mobile World Congress 2012.


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