Algiz 10X Windows Tablet Is Rugged Enough for the Great Outdoors
If you're outside a lot and want to Windows-powered tablet that you can take with you wherever you go without worrying about breaking it, the Algiz 10X tablet is worth a look. The tablet has a 10.1-inch touchscreen and is designed to run Windows. The tablet meets military specifications for protection against dust, water, drops, temperatures, and more.
It weighs 2.9 pounds and is 1.2 inches thick. It has a display that easy to read in bright light and comes with a GPS receiver. Other features include integrated Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, and the tablet is Gobi 3000 ready for mobile broadband. The tablet uses an Intel Atom N2800 processor and has 4 GB of RAM. Pricing and availability are unknown.
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