Mobile computing tablet is energy efficient

DRS Technologies’ ARMOR X10gx Rugged Tablet provides durability and reliability with new mobility enhancements.

Melbourne, Fla., January 17, 2011—The all-new ARMOR X10gx Rugged Tablet, the tenth generation offering from DRS Technologies, sets a new standard in the survivability of mobile computing. Designed to exceed the needs of mobile workforces, it combines durability and reliability with new mobility enhancements and Intel Core2 DuoTM processing.

The ARMOR X10gx offers sunlight viewability with an energy efficient 10.4-inch LCD display. This high-intensity backlight screen is offered with a digitizer pen or as dual mode, supporting both pen and touch input.

To reduce weight and maintain durability, the ARMOR X10gx is made of a magnesium alloy. This weight-reducing housing provides IP 67 certified protection while still offering user-friendly access. ShutOut technology allows open I/O ports without the need for covers that compromise the product’s integrity. Dual hot-swappable batteries are easily removed and replaced, providing continual operation.

Inside, the user-replaceable solid-state hard drive, integrated 802.11n WLAN, Bluetooth, Gobi WWAN and GPS provide extreme data protection and reliable connectivity. Meanwhile, the customer accessible FlexSpaceTM open-source bay supports a wide range of 3rd party functions allowing customization and upgradeability through the expanded I/0.

Manufactured and certified to MIL-STD-810G standards, the ARMOR X10gx is tested for drop-shock, moisture, dust, vibration resistance, temperature and other extreme conditions. It’s cited to be a very good solution for workforces that need protection, efficiency and lightweight portability, all in a large screen device.

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