The RNB Eagle notebook’s introduction coincides with the latest compliance guidelines issued by the FBI pertaining to any laptop or computer accessing National Crime Information Center (NCIC) data. According to these guidelines, all systems must have advanced user-authentication security measures such as a biometrics (fingerprints or iris scan) and a smart card or token that must be inserted into the device’s USB port. The new RNB Eagle notebook comes standard with the latest security features including a biometric fingerprint reader and SmartCard (CAC) reader.
Additionally, the RNB Eagle notebook includes the Absolute Computrace enabled BIOS for asset tracking and theft/loss recovery. The Computrace upgrade allows departments to track any device that has been lost/stolen, as well as remotely delete or remove any/all information stored on the computer if it falls into the wrong hands.
Providing a bridge between fully-rugged and semi-rugged, the RNB Eagle notebook is sturdy, highly functional and lightweight. With the RNB Eagle rugged computing solution there is no need to purchase costly add-on modules. The Eagle notebook was designed to meet military standards and features port covers for keeping out dust and other particulates. Additionally it is equipped with drop/shock/spill protection, tested to MIL-STD-810F standards, and has an optional state of the art sunlight readable display for outdoor operations.