GD Itronix Rugged Tablet Offers 10 Hours' Battery Life

— April 13, 2011

General Dynamics Itronix announces the introduction and immediate availability of the rugged, ergonomically designed GD3070 tablet PC.

Larger than a personal digital assistant (PDA) and smaller than a fully rugged notebook, the GD3070 delivers business-critical computing performance with a daylight-viewable screen and extended battery life for mobile workers throughout Europe and the Middle East. With sales, service and technical support located in Europe, the GD3070 is a cost-effective computing option for mobile workers within public utilities, surveying companies, field service representatives, and others.

The GD3070 comprises an 18-centimeter, high-resolution touchscreen display enabling users to easily pinpoint information on maps or view imagery in bright sunlight. Equipped with an Intel Z530P low-power processor, 120 gigabit hard-drive, large memory and lightweight dual battery pack, mobile workers can manage large data files as well as process complex computing operations quickly and efficiently for up to 10 hours.

GD3070 features:

-- Rugged magnesium chassis and impact absorbing polycarbonate casing
-- Ergonomic design for single-handed operation
-- Operating temperature from -20 degrees C to +60 degrees C
-- FCC, CE, EMI/Safety CSA
-- Meets United States MIL-STD-810G for:
- Humidity
- Altitude
- Shock
- Drop
- Vibration

Specifications overview:

-- Intel Z530P Atom processor
-- One 200-pin DDRII Socket
-- 18 cm LCD display with touch-screen panel
-- Full backlit keyboard
-- Barcode scanner
-- Integrated 2.0 megapixel camera
-- Global positioning system
-- Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and integrated Ethernet connectivity
-- 225 x 145 x 39.8 mm dimensions
-- 1.2 kg weight depending upon configuration

The unit has a limited three-year warranty and an MSRP from 1,558 pounds sterling. For additional information, or to locate a sales agent for the General Dynamics Itronix GD3070, go to http://www.gd-itronix.eu.

A part of General Dynamics C4 Systems, General Dynamics Itronix is a leading developer of wireless, rugged computing solutions for mobile workers, with products that include laptops, ultra-mobile notebook PCs and tablet PCs.

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