Rugged Wearable Computer

By  Martha Walz — September 03, 2010

General Dynamics Itronix introduces the GD300 fully rugged arm- or chest-worn computer. Weighing less than 8 oz, the Android-based GD300 operates like an ultra-sensitive commercial GPS unit and interfaces with tactical radios for secure access to the tactical network. It delivers up to eight hours of continuous operation and is powered by standard lithium-ion batteries. The GD300 includes a sunlight readable 3.5-inch touchscreen display and fully meets MIL-STD 810G specifications for ruggedness. Price: $1,200. www.gd-itronix.com

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