Tools - September 2009

By  Susan Nunziata — September 04, 2009

Tough Business


Getac has a new business-rugged notebook available powered by the ultra-low voltage 45nm Intel Core 2 Duo Penryn Processor. The 9213 sports a full magnesium alloy chassis and case plus shock-mounted HDD and LCD. A spill-resistant keyboard, touchpad and surrounding surface means the device can equally withstand abuse in the field or on your desk. Connectivity options include 802.11 a/g/n WiFi plus Bluetooth. The bright 13.3-inch widescreen WXGA TFT LCD monitor with LED backlight is designed to accommodate a range of viewing conditions. Price: $1,799.


Mobile Powerhouses


Intermec is offering the CN4 and CN50 rugged mobile computers. The CN4 offers 3G WWAN connectivity and is geared toward rugged frontline field transactions such as commercial transportation, store delivery and demanding field service apps. The CN50 offers a 3.75GB WWAN HSUPA radio in a small, lightweight form factor and is targeted at workers in postal, field service, transportation and delivery operations. Prices: CN4, $3,000; CN50, $2,500.


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