Tablet Computer Boosts Efficiency

Feb. 6, 2008
The rugged, portable Ridgeline Tablet computer features a 10.4-inch display and is designed to bring efficiency to mobile workers in harsh environments.

The Windows XP-based unit is capable of running any application while withstanding extreme temperatures of water and humidity, says the vendor. Each tablet computer is equipped with a touch screen interface that workers use to retrieve and send information. Special software allows for signature capture and character recognition. The computers were designed and tested to withstand repeated 3-foot drops to concrete as well as IP 65 sealing mandates. Each unit comes with integrated 802.11 a/b/g radio, Bluetooth, numerous I/O, and various hard drive options.

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