Customizable Semi-Rugged Tablet from QRC Technologies

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QRC Technologies

The QPADD from QRC Technologies, Fredericksburg, VA, is designed to help designers/manufacturers of electronic sensors, computer peripherals, or measurement devices to quickly bring a field-ready system to market. The customizable, fully contained, semi-rugged tablet computer has 55 W of available power and a modular sensor expansion bay that lets you integrate your own equipment. The device features a 10.4 in. flat-panel touchscreen, dual-core Intel Atom processor, 2 GB of 667 MHz SDRAM, a 400 MHz Intel Graphics Media Accelerator, a 42.2 in.3 auxiliary equipment bay, a ForeverRun power system with 2 hot-swappable batteries, an internal Wi-Fi antenna, Embedded XP operating system, and software-controlled function buttons, general-purpose I/O, and LEDs.

Contact Info

Company: QRC Technologies
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 540-446-2270
Fax: 540-548-4080

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