Augmentix XTG630 Rugged Notebook

Posted: Aug 20 2007, 2:59pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:25am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs


Augmentix XTG630 Rugged Notebook
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Today the Augmentix Corporation announced their latest rugged computing solution called the Augmentix XTG630. This machine is a fully-rugged notebook that uses the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processors, and DirectVue LCD technology.

The XTG630 is based on the Dell Latitude mobile platform. "The Augmentix XTG630 redefines what customers can expect from fully-rugged computing systems," said Stephan Godevais, President and Chief Executive Officer of Augmentix. "By leveraging Dell's award-winning Latitude systems and applying Augmentix rugged engineering expertise, the XTG630 delivers measurable benefits to our customers. This includes a common Dell IT architecture, superior quality and reliability, and next-generation performance in a highly-secure and fully-rugged computing system," Godevais said.

The machine has a 14.4” LCD display, Augmentix Armored Protection System (APS) that uses a magnesium exoskeleton, over-mold protection system and QuadCool thermal management.

Graphics are via Intel GMA X3100 and the CPU is a 2.4GHz 800 MHz FSB unit with a 4MB L2 cache. The DirectVue LCD is designed for improved view ability in direct sunlight. An integrated Mobile Broadband modem, 802.11a/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS are also integrated.

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