Rugged tablet PC is easy to use

General Dynamics Itronix’s GD3015 Tablet PC bridges the gap between rugged notebooks and commercial tablet computers.

Jul 18th, 2011

Sunrise, Fla.—General Dynamics Itronix introduces the new semi-rugged GD3015 tablet PC. The durable GD3015, weighing less than three pounds, delivers the full functionality of a notebook with the critical components and options needed by mobile professionals working in public safety, utilities, transportation, warehousing and industry field services. The GD3015 comes equipped with Microsoft Windows 7 operating system, embedded security, a 10.4-inch sunlight-viewable screen and 3G wireless network connectivity. Also adaptable to the requirements of mobile computer users, the modular GD3015 offers magnetic stripe reader, barcode scanner, camera and additional options.

According to Mark Johnston, director of Strategic Computing Solutions of General Dynamics Itronix, “The GD3015 pairs ruggedness with a Windows-based operating system so budget-constrained IT managers have a computing solution that is easy to deploy, minimizes training costs for users and leverages existing software and operating system configurations.”

The ergonomically designed GD3015 is as easy to use as a commercial tablet, with the rugged durability to stand up to the dirt and weather of field environments while taking the bumps and vibration that comes with life on the road. Available with a three-year warranty, a wide range of peripherals and options including a highly sensitive GPS capability, the GD3015 performs effortlessly in cluttered urban areas, congested warehouses and wide-open spaces.

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