Getac Introduces Rugged Computers Fit with Skylake/Windows 10

MELBOURNE, Australia -- Cloud applications are gradually penetrating into government agencies and large corporations. The US government has also announced the accelerated introduction of Windows 10 in order to standardize computer systems used by the government, which demonstrates the importance and necessity for ensuring information security.

Getac's third generation of rugged convertible notebooks, the V110 series, and fully rugged tablets, the F110 series, are equipped with Intel's sixth generation of microprocessors which work in perfect harmony with the Windows 10 operating system to optimize performance, image processing, networking speed, and efficient power use to the extreme. In terms of data security, these latest models were also upgraded from TPM1.2 to 2.0 to offer multi-layer, hardware-based protection against hacking. Getac's V110 and F110 offer the most secure user experience for national defense, governments, public security, field services, and more; they are products a professional can rely on.

Both the V110 and F110 are capable of providing the highest performance; they come equipped with Intel® Core™i5-6200U 2.3GHz (2.8GHz) or Core™ i7-6500U 2.5GHz (3.1GHz) sixth generation processors. Government agencies and major corporations can choose between the Intel® vPro™ i5 or i7 processors to achieve remote management, enhance productivity, and ensure that computers and wireless networks are protected against data breaches.

The V110 and F110 are Getac's top selling mainstream models; the ruggedness, mobility, security, performance, and functionality of these models help users work at maximum efficiency under tough environments. The built-in Intel® dual band Wireless AC-8260 supports 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.2 to provide smooth wireless connections. The Intel® HD Graphics 520 graphics card paired with a dual-lens design greatly enhances on-site evidence collection and image processing capabilities. In addition, Getac's exclusive LifeSupport™ hot-swappable battery design ensures uninterrupted productivity; rugged features include the use of MIL-STD 810G and MIL-STD 461F military standards, IP65 for water/dust resistance, protection against falling damage (up to 4 ft.), operating temperature range from -21 degree Celsius to 60 degree Celsius, as well as the e-Mark vehicle safety certification.

Both the V110 and F110 feature 11.6-inch capacitive multi-touch screens, which are equipped with Getac 800-nit LumiBond® 2.0 technology for clear visibility under bright lights; these screens also feature multiple touch modes including rain, glove, stylus, and digitizer. The brand new hard-tip stylus offers more precision with smooth strokes. Moreover, to increase versatility, a variety of options are available; the V110 offers RFID and a fingerprint reader (optional), while the F110 offers RFID, a fingerprint reader, a smart card reader, or a magnetic swipe card reader (optional).

V110 Fully Rugged Convertible PC & F110 Fully Rugged Tablet Key Features:
•Weight & Dimension
•V110: 1.98kg;299 x 223 x 34 mm
•F110: 1.39kg;314 x 207 x 24.5 mm
•Intel® Core™ i5/i7 or Intel® Core™ i5/i7 vPro™ processor
•Windows 7 or Windows 10
•11.6" TFT LCD or Capacitive dual mode touch screen(Multi-touch or digitizer)
•800 nits LumiBond® display with Getac sunlight readable technology
•4GB DDR4 (expandable to 16GB);SSD 128GB /256GB/512 GB
•Dual Webcam design (Front: FHD,Rear: 8M pixels)
•Bluetooth 4.2 / 802.11ac/Gobi™ broadband module option
•Optional tri RF pass-through design (GPS/WLAN/WWAN)
•MIL-STD-810G、MIL-STD461F & IP65 certification

The new F110 rugged tablet and V110 convertible rugged notebook will be available for sale in Australia and New Zealand with an RRP starting at AU$3,239 and AU$4,319 respectively. 

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