Released last January, the 2.8-pound ARMOR X7 compact tablet from DRS Technologies offers a 7-inch sunlight-readable display with an integrated camera and bar code scanner.
DRS Technologies, Inc. announced that the ARMOR X7 compact rugged tablet has been approved for connectivity on the Sprint3G network. This certification will enable ARMOR customers that utilize the integrated WWAN capabilities of the ARMOR X7 on Sprint’s network to experience the benefits of a seamless data and communication exchange. The ARMOR X7 underwent rigorous testing to achieve certification on the Sprint 3G network. The rugged tablet met several technical requirements, including: antenna performance, network selection, network impact, regulatory confirmation, and data connection management. At a weight of 2.85 lbs., the ARMOR X7 compact rugged tablet offers hand-held mobility with a 7-inch sunlight readable touch screen display. It features advanced wireless connectivity through integrated Gobi WWAN mobile broadband, as well as Bluetooth wireless, integrated GPS and 802.11 a/g/n WiFi. The ARMOR X7 is specifically designed for mission-critical tasks that require connectivity, mobility, ease of use, and the durability to support all-weather operations.