News Bits: Acturion Datasys Releases Ruggedized Outdoor Tablet, Panasonic and Verizon Wireless Join Forces

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Acturion Datasys Releases Ruggedized Outdoor Tablet

Acturion Datasys, a specialized solution provider in the industrial field and in military mobile computing, announces the release of the Victum Tablet iX104C3. This ruggedized Tablet PC is built for use in very harsh environmental conditions like extreme temperatures, rain, dust and sand exposure. The Victum Tablet iX104C3 can withstand drops on concrete from up to three feet while in operation due to the closed metal housing made of a tough light metal alloy.
The Victum Tablet iX104C3 is based on a 1.2 GHz Intel Ultra Low Voltage Pentium-M-753 Processor. This Tablet PC is a slate without keyboard and has a 10.4 inch XGA TFT Display (1024 x 768 pixel resolution). Brand new to the Tablet is the PCMCIA slot Type I/II and a user accessible SIM card slot. No word of international sales plans, but it is available now in Germany and Europe.

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Panasonic and Verizon Wireless Join Forces

Panasonic Computer Solutions Company (PCSC) announced its Broadband Partner status with Verizon Wireless. This collaboration enables Panasonic to directly sell and activate Verizon Wireless Broadband Access service for Panasonic Toughbook preferred channel partners, streamlining the process and providing customers with a complete wireless mobile solution.


This agreement further strengthens the relationship between Panasonic and Verizon Wireless, which currently includes the availability of rugged, semi-rugged and selected business-rugged Panasonic Toughbook computers certified for use on the Verizon Wireless network. Today, Panasonic has the broadest portfolio of 3G enabled notebooks in the industry like their CF-18 Toughbook. Panasonic Toughbooks featuring access to Verizon Wireless’ Broadband Access service are available now through authorized Panasonic Toughbook resellers.

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