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ATEX certification prepares PC for use in potentially explosive environments

01 September 2009

Getac is upgrading its V100 fully rugged convertible. The latest enhancements to Getac’s V100 fully rugged convertible include; processor and memory upgrades, greater storage capacities and enhanced bandwidth and wireless capabilities. It will also boast ATEX certification.

ATEX certification prepares  PC for use in potentially explosive environments
ATEX certification prepares PC for use in potentially explosive environments

The transformable Getac V100 features a swivelling LED screen for the ultimate in portability, allowing users to switch between notebook and tablet mode. A Magnesium Alloy casing, shock mounted hard disk drive and sealed I/O caps and doors prevents damage from solid particles. It is fully compliant with MIL-STD 810F and IP54 standards for ruggedness including the ability to withstand heavy rain, airborne dust and debris. The convertible notebook/tablet PC has a removable hard drive that is shielded by a special mechanism to prevent damage during operation; anti vibration compounds, which serve as a shock absorber during transport; and an anti-shock housing to further protect it if bumped or dropped.
The V100 also offers Getac’s Sunlight Readable Technology and can be upgraded to an industry-leading super bright 1,200cd/msq display, which provides unmatched outdoor viewability and screen brightness while decreasing reflectivity, thus preserving battery life.


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