GAMMATECH COMPUTER CORP.

RT10C Fully Rugged Tablet

GammaTech Computer Corp. added another model to its line of RT10 fully rugged computers designed and built to stand up to the daily grind found in industrial applications. The new RT10C features a touch-screen, 10.2-inch wide display and Windows 7 compatibility. But what sets it apart from the competition is its compressed military-grade durable design. Neatly packaged into a five-pound unit, the RT10C is the ultimate portable personal computer.

The GammaTech RT10C features an Intel Core i7-620UE mobile processor with integrated HD graphics providing stunning visuals and smooth high-definition video playback, and runs on either Windows embedded standard 2009, Windows 7, or Windows 7 Pro embedded operating systems. It supports both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technologies. Other features include an AC power connector, two USB 2.0 ports, an Ethernet port, PCMCIA slot, two mini card slots, CompactFlash slot and VGA port.  An optional vehicle or office docking station includes four USB 2.0 ports, an Ethernet port, Serial port, and VGA port.

Its many user-friendly features include a high-resolution (1024x600) WSVGA TFT LCD display with an LED backlight to eliminate eyestrain. The resistive touch-screen display responds to both stylus and fingertips alike. Data is kept safe with security features such as TPM 1.2 fingerprint recognition, and an optional Smart Card reader.

Up to five hours of usage is provided by the nine-cell Smart lithium-ion battery, assuring trips through the plant will never be interrupted by the need to recharge. With tough features, the unit meets military 810G standards for durability and IP65 standards for dust resistance. The fully rugged and sealed design completely guards internal components, making the tablet drop-proof, spill-proof, shock-proof, dust-proof, and watertight.

The fully rugged RT10C PC is an ideal combination of form, function, and survivability.

Every GammaTech product may be customized to customer specifications.

 

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