Popular rugged tablet PC Articles for 2011
Getac designed the V100 rugged convertible with in-the-field engineers and all other manner of big bruiser outdoor professional types in mind, and they've been cranking out rugged notebooks and tablets[...]
Sporting a number of features and a slick, metallic design, the U12C offers respectable performance in a package that is more portable than your average rugged tablet. But at what[...]
The Panasonic Toughbook CF-H2 Field Tablet, the second generation fully rugged tablet PC designed for field workers, will be available at the end of July, according to Panasonic.
Motion revealed its CL900, a small form factor, rugged tablet PC at CES today, touting the device's ability to combine mobility and ruggedness with the utilization of data while mobile.
Back in May Motion Computing began taking orders for the CL900, its newest rugged tablet offering. Now it's time for the customers to get what they asked for, as shipments[...]
General Dynamics Itronix introduced the GD3015 rugged tablet PC this week, seeking to bridge the gap between commercial tablets and rugged notebooks.
Motion Computing is now retailing its rugged CL900 tablet, which debuted way back at CES and hopes to capture a customer base amongst enterprise users.
For those who like to abuse their electronics (and still have them working afterward), DRS is providing a dream come true. Their recently announced 7-inch rugged tablet, the X7, would[...]
DAP Technologies unveiled two new Windows CE 6.0-based rugged tablet computers today, the M8930 and M8940, both of which are voice-ready.
Xplore has just announced five new rugged tablets that will provide professionals in unique, unusual, and particularly trying environments with some rugged tablet variant suited to their needs.
The Panasonic Toughbook C1, which has the claim to fame of being the lightest 12.1-inch convertible tablet currently available (according to Panasonic), is receiving a general performance boost as its[...]
DRS Technologies, manufacturers of the Armor line of rugged tablets, has announced that it has managed to utilize the internal WWAN capabilities of two of its devices to offer data[...]
In light of the increasing popularity of tablets, Rugged Notebooks has brought its own spin on the device to healthcare professionals with the recently announced MedTab.
The ARMOR X7, a compact rugged tablet by DRS Technologies, has just been approved for connectivity on the Sprint 3G network.
DRS Technologies announced today that its Armor X10gx rugged tablet has received certification from Sprint and can now connect to the carrier's 3G data network.