Roper Mobile Technology, the folks who bought Black Diamond, makers of the Switchback, today unveiled the Duros Rugged Tablet PC. Decked out with a 8.4 inch sunlight viewable screen, SVGA resistive Touch, and running an AMD Geode LX800 processor or Intel Celeron M at 1.0 GHz, the Duros also comes with a 120GB hard drive and 1 GB of memory. The battery is also hot swappable and of course there are an array of connectivity options and optional GPS.
Maybe the good folks at Roper Mobile will send us a review unit to test out. We’ve been known to put rugged Tablets and UMPCs through their paces.
Here’s a link to the press release.
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