The GammaTech Computer Corp. high-end, ruggedized Durabook TA10 is one tough tablet. But it's not just another tablet on steroids. Under that tough exterior is an Intel Ivy Bridge i3-3217UE or i7-3517UE processor for high performance and low power consumption, along with a 2.5-inch hard disk drive offering storage sizes of 320GB, 500GB, or 750GB. Also available is an optional 64GB or 128GB mSATA solid-state drive.
Top that off with an ultra-high brightness 10.4-inch LCD display with LED backlight, resistive multitouch panel with tempered glass, sunlight-readable panel, digitizer with active stylus, Bluetooth and WiFi wireless connectivity, and an optional internal GPS function and you have a tablet worthy of a trip to Alaska's Pavlof Volcano.
TPM 1.2 data security technology, a Kensington lock connector, and Intel anti-theft technology (AT) or Computrace asset management and data protection are onboard to keep data safe. Also available is a FIPS 201 fingerprint scanner for digital imaging of fingerprint patterns. To help identify and track the tablet, the TA10 also comes with a UHF RFID reader. Two, six-cell battery packs keep the Durabook going while work still needs to be done.
If that's not enough, the TA10 meets MIL-STD 810G 514.6 for shock resistance; IP65 for dust/spill resistance; MIL-STD 810G 509.5 for salt/fog protection; and withstands multiple 5-foot drops unto 2-inch plywood set over concrete.
With a solid set of features, the Durabook TA10 can easily find a home in construction, manufacturing, the military, public safety, transportation and distribution, and utility.
The GammaTech Durabook TA10 tablet is available through authorized resellers and on www.GammaTechUSA.com. As with all GammaTech products, it may be customized to customer specifications.