Getac provides robust Tablet ZX70 before

Getac has expanded its portfolio to the robust 7-inch Tablet ZX70. It is suitable for use in industry, transport and logistics, as well as generally for the sales force. To meet the needs of transportation service providers and employees in the field, the ZX70 is designed for the comfortable one hand operation. The device is now available for a suggested retail price from 849 euro.

 Getac ZX70 (image: Getac) Getac ZX70 (image: Getac)

the 7-inch Tablet comes in a sturdy housing, is certified to IP67 and MIL-STD810G and up to one meter deep waterproof and resistant against drops of up to 1.80 meters. As the operating system comes Android 6.0 to use.

the IPS display with LumiBond 2.0 touch screen offers a resolution of 1280 times 720 pixels and remains readable according to the manufacturer even in direct sunlight. Brightness indicates Getac 580 cd / m ².

the LumiBond technology uses an optically clear resin to connect the touch panel and the LCD display glass. The result is a single panel, which provides a longer shelf life and better readability, as the manufacturer explained. The LumiBond technology offer a higher contrast and clearer colors, so Getac compared to other rugged tablets also.

the touch screen can be operated with gloves or with the included stylus. The stylus included with hard top allows signatures, as well as notes on drawings, maps or forms.

the Tablet possesses full HD webcam, video conferences, training courses and allows for Remote Diagnostics. The 8-megapixel camera with auto focus and Flash on the back of the unit is suitable for collection of data, as well as the documentation of the conditions during a mission. The Tablet is powered

from a Intel Atom x 5 Z8350 1.44 GHz processor clock, the 2 GB RAM and optional 4 GB to the side stand. For backing up data are 32 GByte storage that can be expanded by using the microSD card slots.

the ZX70 developed as application-specific tool with a variety of configurable options to cover all applications in the field. Data communication can be via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS. Also, LTE, NFC/RFID reader, or bar code scanner are optionally available. In addition, the manufacturer of comprehensive offers accessories .

approved for hazardous environments the ZX70 also with optional ATEX and IECEx 2/22-certification for use in potentially explosive areas is available. In addition, the tablet can withstand extreme operating temperatures from-21 to + 60 degrees Celsius and temperatures from-40 to + 71 degrees Celsius.

the ZX70 offers the longest run of his class with his 8400-mAh battery according to the manufacturer.

warranty is on the weighing 780 grams and 218 times 142 times 27 millimetre Tablet three years

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“The development of ZX70 was designed generally to the requirements for mobile use in transport and logistics, industrial applications and by field staff”, explains Eric Yeh, Director of sales DACH at Getac. “The Tablet is one of the most compact devices for mobile applications, we have produced so far. His fully-rugged design, the comfortable one-handed operation, extra long battery life and the Android platform exactly the properties that are required in extreme and unstable work environments.”

the Getac Technology Corporation was founded in 1989 as a joint venture with GE Aerospace, to supply electronic equipment for the defense. Today it produces rugged notebooks, Tablet PCs, and handhelds for military, police and official use as well as for use in the fields of communication, production and transport, where the degree of robustness of extremely robust (fully rugged) commercially robust (semi rugged) ranges.

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