RUGGEDBOOK, known around these parts for their tough slate tablets, has updated the SR series with the announcement of the SR820. Geared towards the vertical market, the SR820 comes with with a plethora of industry-centric options such as a barcode reader, full MIL-specs, built in WWAN, GPS, and 2.0MP camera while curiously having netbook-esque specifications. The last time we reported on RUGGEDBOOK, they lent us the SR668 whose poor screen performance outdoors left us wanting more. With the new LED backlit 8.9Ã¢â‚¬Â screen with a ““Sunlight readableÃ¢â‚¬Â option, hopefully this issue has been resolved. The battery life has also been extended to 7 hours on the main enclosed battery, providing almost all-day computing.
Intel Atom Z530P 1.6GHz Processor, 512KB L2 Cache
Intel graphics media accelerator 500, output display up to 1600×1200
8.9“ TFT LCD (WSVGA LED backlight), touch screen/Sunlight readable (option)
1.8“ 60 GB PATA HDD/ 16GB CF card/ 16GB SSD
WLAN 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 2.1 class ll+ EDR
Fully rugged design, meet IP54 & MIL-STD-810F
WWAN module with GPS (HSUPA/E-GPRS/GPS) (option)
Internal GPS with Integrated Antenna (option)
2.0 Mega-Pixels camera (option)
1D Barcode scanner (option)
Weight is 1.1Kgs
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