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The industrial features of the rugged laptops are tough, durable, and portable which can be used in harsh environments, such as high-temperature workshops and cold areas in the north.
The laptops should also have a higher level of industrial protection which need to be certificated by MIL-STD-810G/H and IP65/IP67/IP68, such as Drop-proof, dust-proof, waterproof, oil-proof etc.
The RuggedPC supports barcode scanning, with data acquisition and data processing capabilities. As a mobile information processing tool, mobile phones are widely used in Archaeological excavation, Exploration, Agriculture, Production, Construction and other fields to improve efficiency.
? Support for Win 10/11 system
? Intel? i5-1135G7 , greatly improved performance
? The fuselage is equipped with dual battery design, and the endurance is increased to 10 hours
? IP65 high protection level, in accordance with MIL-STD-810G
? Support WiFi 6, BT 5.1
? Support 1920x1080 FHD, optional with Corning gorilla screen and sunshine visual screen
? Support rich expansion slot and fingerprint design, can be applied to various complex industry needs and expand demand
Why we need the rugged laptop?
Notebooks have evolved into sleek, powerful computers that can do most of what a conventional desktop PC can do. And more and more people replace their bulky desktop PCs with notebook computers that they can take home, on trips, or on field assignments. Problem is that consumer notebooks with their large, unprotected screens and plastic cases are quite fragile. Studies show that notebook failures represent an increasing cost factor in many corporations. And an increasing source of frustration.
Fortunately, there are manufacturers who make notebooks that are built specifically for tough jobs. Some make notebooks that are designed and engineered to withstand much more punishment than a standard consumer product. Others include special features and peripherals needed for specific jobs. Some notebooks, finally, are built like tanks and are nearly unbreakable.
Most (but not all) of these rugged and semi-rugged notebooks cost significantly more than their consumer market counterparts. That's because they are more expensive to build (and also because the market for them is not very large).
As always, when contemplating the purchase of such a product, you must to determine your requirements first, or else you'll pay for something you don't need.
To help you, this section contains a number of the best ruggedized notebooks out there. For years, most used standard or embedded versions of Microsoft operating system, and even almost all are running Windows 10. Almost all can take a beating. And most have performance and features comparable to those of a consumer notebook. Security is becoming an ever greater concern, and so a lot of semi-rugged and rugged machines now have fingerprint scanners, SmartCard readers, face recognition cameras, and removable solid state storage.
Please note that some of these products are designed and made by an OEM (such as Twinhead) and then sold by a variety of vendors under their own brands.
Whenever available, we added sealing ratings, operating temperature range, and shock resistance data to the specification boxes. That gives you an idea of how tough and rugged a device is, and what sort of working environment you can safely use it in.
One peculiarity of the rugged notebook market is that, for reasons of continuity and backward compatibility with add-ons and peripherals, designs often stay the same for several years. That is in stark contrast to consumer notebooks that change every few months. As a result, rugged equipment manufacturers usually update the technology inside and leave the outside alone. Market leaders like Panasonic, Getac, Durabook, DT Research or Dell are usually very quick in upgrading to the latest processor technology; smaller and more specialized manufacturers at times lag a chip generation or two behind, with no serious impact on their products to do the job.