Convertible computer

  • 01-Feb-2012 08:52 EST
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GammaTech Computer offers the Durabook R13C rugged convertible computer. An upgraded version of model R13S, the R13C passes military standard 810G certification for drop, shock, and spill protection and meets explosive atmosphere, salt, fog, and freeze/thaw standards. The IP65-rated computer features a water-resistant backlit keyboard and a 13.3-in (338-mm) multitouch, shock-mounted LCD screen as well as a magnesium alloy case, Intel core low power, 8 GB system memory, shock-mounted hard drive, slim DVD, two USB ports, built-in GPS receiver, and various security features including fingerprint scanner. A pivot hinge transforms the R13C into a tablet PC, and it is suited for various applications in the military, security, field service, mining, and outdoor mobility industries.

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