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GETAC to Showcase Fully Rugged Convertible V100 Notebook/Tablet PC for Law Enforcement
Portability and Flexibility Meet MIL-STD 810F and IP54 Standards In a Lightweight, Fully Rugged Package
GETAC Inc., a pioneering manufacturer of rugged computers that meet the demands of field-based applications, will showcase its versatile new V100 rugged convertible tablet PC, which features an LCD screen that instantly transforms from a notebook into a tablet PC, during Enforcement Expo 2007 set for July 11-12 at the I-X Center in Cleveland, Ohio (Booth #665).

Designed to meet the strenuous everyday demands of law enforcement personnel, the GETAC V100 is fully compliant with MIL-STD 810F and IP54 standards for ruggedness. The highly portable 4.9-pound V100 features ultra-quiet fanless design and includes a wide range of standard features, including a 10.4 inch screen, power-saving 1.2 GHz Intel Core Duo Platform Technology, 512 MB expandable to 2 GB of DRAM, 120 GB shock-mounted removable hard drive, Integrated Bluetooth, reversible waterproof camera, and a full menu of wireless networking capabilities all housed in a water resistant rugged magnesium alloy case. The package includes the Microsoft Windows XP Professional and XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 operating system.

The GETAC V100 exceeds every performance and reliability standard that users demand from a fully rugged computer while offering a number of optional features not available elsewhere, said Mike Simek, Manager, GETAC Sales and Marketing. The ability to instantly convert the V100 from a laptop to a tablet PC gives law enforcement personnel the flexibility they need as well as the confidence that their data is safe from the elements and the rigors of their job inside the V100s water-proof, shock-proof and drop-proof magnesium alloy case.

To satisfy customers unique applications, the V100 offers a variety of advanced options, including a 12-inch LCD screen featuring a daylight readable screen and choice of digitizer or touch screen interface as well as optional Integrated GPS, 3G and 802.11a/b/g functionality that keeps users connected whether they are in the office, in a vehicle or outdoors.

Among the features of GETAC V100 Fully Rugged Convertible Notebook/Tablet PC:

  • 180-degree rotatable screen transformable from a notebook to a tablet PC
  • 10.4 or optional 12.1 (wide) LCD screen
  • Intel Core Duo Processor
  • MIL-STD 810F and IP54 compliance
  • Magnesium alloy casing with hand strap
  • Shock-mounted removable hard drive
  • Sunlight readable display solution
  • Integrated GPS, Bluetooth, 3G and 802.11a/b/g capability
  • Reversible waterproof camera

In addition to the V100, GETAC offers a complete line of rugged notebook and handheld mobile computers expressly designed and custom manufactured for people whose jobs demand lightweight, high-performance hardware systems that are proven in tests to survive even the most extreme weather conditions and work environments. GETAC systems are qualitatively superior because theyre built rugged from the inside out part of a commitment to meet and then exceed virtually every industry standard for durability and in-the-field performance.

The V100 is currently available through GETAC authorized re-sellers. Please visit www.getac.com for more information.

About GETAC

GETAC Inc., a subsidiary company of MiTAC Technology Corporation, is a pioneer in the rugged mobile computing industry, providing premier fully rugged and rugged notebook, tablet PC and handheld solutions for the military, law enforcement, public safety, utility, telecommunication, manufacturing, field service and mobile workforce industries. Its rugged computers are strictly controlled and monitored from the design, manufacture, quality assurance to service flows, making GETAC an industry known rugged computer provider. For more information, visit the GETAC Inc. website at www.getac.com.

 

 

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