Algiz 10x

Extreme field performance

The powerful Algiz® 10X rugged tablet PC runs sophisticated technology and can withstand weather elements and harsh handling – a perfect match for today’s mobile workforce. It operates on a powerful Intel® Atom™ N2800 dual-core processor, with a 64 or 128 GB SSD, expandable via microSD™ and 4 GB of DDR3 RAM, offering top-of-the-line computing capability and massive storage capacity. It runs Windows 7 Ultimate, and is ready for Windows 8.

The Algiz 10X features the latest generation of MaxView™ technology, with a brilliant 10.1-inch touchscreen that’s perfect for field professionals who need a large display to handle detailed maps or other visuals. The screen’s ambient light sensor adjusts backlighting automatically – so collecting data in bright sunlight is just as easy as reviewing it indoors.

The Algiz 10X is a lightweight rugged device at just 1.3 kg, and it’s only 32 mm thick. Even with such a portable size, this tablet is built to withstand the harsh conditions that come with all kinds of industry fieldwork. It’s IP65-rated and meets stringent MIL-STD-810G military standards for protecting against dust, water, vibrations, drops, extreme temperatures and varying altitudes.

With its integrated u-blox® GPS receiver and WAAS/EGNOS/MSAS capability, the Algiz 10X is also a powerful and accurate tool for mapping and surveying. And it offers ultimate mobility: antenna pass-through connectors for both GSM and GPS let you use an external antenna when the unit is docked, and hot-swappable capability with a lithium-ion battery pack lets you go all day without stopping or shutting down.

Available early 2013.

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