DRS TECHNOLOGIES INC.

Armor Tablet - X7

DRS Technologies, Inc., A Finmeccanica Company, announced its Tactical Systems Group has unveiled its newest ARMOR rugged mobile computer, the ARMOR X7 compact tablet. This small mobile computer is specifically-designed for those mission-critical tasks that require connectivity, hand-held mobility, ease of use and the durability to support all-weather operations.

The ARMOR X7 is certified to MIL-STD-810G for extremes in temperature, vibration, shock and drops. It is highly resistant to dust and moisture, earning an IP65 rating for ingress protection, while providing a 7-inch sunlight readable touch screen display. It includes a range of connectivity options such as Gobi 2000 WWAN, Bluetooth wireless, integrated GPS and 802.11 a/g/n WiFi, at a weight of only 2.8 pounds. It features a single-core Intel Atom processor N450 and runs Windows Microsoft Windows 7 Professional.

Additionally, the ARMOR X7 marks the debut of the new m-SATA solid-state drives from Intel in the rugged marketplace, in both 40GB and 80GB capacities. 

DRS Technologies, Inc. announced that the ARMOR X7 rugged tablet computers have endured rigorous testing and have been certified for connectivity on the Verizon Wireless network.

This accomplishment ensures that ARMOR customers that utilize the integrated WWAN capabilities of the X7 will have an optimal data and communication experience with Verizon Wireless.

The fully-rugged tablet — with integrated Gobi 2000 WWAN mobile broadband radio to keep the user connected on multiple wireless networks—achieved certification under Verizon Wireless’ Open Development program. This program is designed to allow and encourage the development community to create new products, applications and services, and bring these to the marketplace on the Verizon Wireless network.

Further specifications, features and benefits of the ARMOR X7 can be accessed at www.drsARMOR.com/X7.

 

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