The GD2000 delivers a portable rugged mobile computing solution that can handle the hazards of field and medical work. The light weight and 5.6″ display make it small enough to carry in one hand and easy to slip into your cargo pocket or lab jacket when you need to move to the next job.
The small size of the GD2000 might make you question its power, but the 1.2GHz Intel ULV processor, 2GB of RAM and SSD internals team up to deliver a device capable of running Windows 7 enterprise applications anywhere you want to. The 5.6″ display can be read in daylight and includes an integrated touchscreen for control and navigation. Tablet lovers will lament the fact that this is not a convertible device.
On top of the touchscreen you control the GD2000 with a full size keyboard, joystick, touchpad, mouse buttons and d-pad. You won’t want to type out a full report on this portable device, but it will serve your needs for note taking and access to enterprise applications in hazardous environments.
Feel free to take the GD2000 and it’s list of rugged specifications with you wherever you go. The GD2000 can handle accidental drops, vibration, extreme temps, blowing rain, dust, humidity, altitude, noise, fungus and more. In terms of specifications you can take to the boss, the GD2000 is rated for IP54, MIL-STD-810G, MIL-STD-461F, UL1604 and the daylight visibility of MIL-STD-3009.
You can pick up the GD2000 today from General Dynamics Itronix for $4,900.
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