New Tablet Blends Rugged and Lightweight Features

— August 20, 2012

DAP Technologies introduced its enterprise-ready, rugged M9700 Windows tablet. The tablet comes with a 9.7-inch multi-touch display for pan and zoom functions, weighs slightly more than two pounds and is comes with Windows operating system compatibility with existing networks.
 
“Consumer tablets have their appeal, but for many enterprise applications, they are neither rugged enough nor compatible with existing networks,” said David Molesworth, general manager. “The M9700 offers a solution that combines the best-loved features of consumer models with a rugged design and the Windows-based operating system.”
 
The M9700’s rugged capabilities protect it against water, dust and drops onto concrete from up to four feet, therefore allowing users to take it into a variety of environments.
 
The M9700 also offers options for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and optional 3G and GPS capabilities. An autofocus 2MP camera with flash allows mobile workers to document issues and communicate them with the home office in real time.
 
The M9700 ships with Windows Embedded Standard 7 and a 32GB solid state drive. 

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