New Fully Rugged Tablet PC

Posted: Apr 6 2003, 11:22am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:46pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

New Fully Rugged Tablet PC
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AMREL Corporation today released for sale the ROCKY APEX, a fully rugged tablet computer.

Weighing less than four 4 pounds apiece, the ROCKY tablets are supposedly the lightest fully rugged Windows XP platform tablets on the market today.

ROCKY APEX offers compliance to both military and industrial ruggedization standards (MIL-STD 810F & IP54).

The ROCKY APEX also features sealed metallic magnesium casing, internally sealed ports and precautionary port covers, a Touchscreen that accepts finger and stylus input, hot swappable batteries, programmable function keys, an Intel Pentium III 500MHz CPU, 128MB SDRAM, and a 20GB Hard Drive. Options for the APEX include an external dust and water resistant backlit keyboard, a locking adjustable stand, a docklight for port expansion, and a suite of wireless networking options (including CDPD and GPRS).

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