Affordable rugged tablet for the warehouse using

Rugged Tablets 10Months ago (08-18) 161 0

8-inch WAREHOUSE rugged tablet PC is known as Mobile Data Terminal,

The industrial features of the rugged tablets are tough, durable, and portable which can be used in harsh environments, such as high-temperature workshops and cold areas in the north.

The tablets 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.

Affordable rugged tablet for the warehouse using-Rugged tablet


? Support for Android 10 system
? Optional 3G/4G all network communication, WiFi, Bluetooth and other communication modes
? 7500mAh battery, 6-8 hours of machine endurance
? IP67 high protection level, in accordance with MIL-STD-810G
? Support GPS, Glonass, more accurate positioning
? Rear 13 million pixel camera, easy to collect images and video information
? Built in NFC and other functional modules to meet the application needs of multiple industries


Better cameras!

Almost every smartphone has at least two cameras built in these days ¨C a front-facing one for video calls and a rear-facing one to take pictures ¨C and many have three or four or even more. And that¡¯s not even counting IR cameras, LiDAR and others. The cameras in almost all smartphones are very good and a good number are excellent.

Sadly, the majority of cameras in rugged handhelds aren¡¯t very good, ranging from embarrassingly bad to sort of okay, with just a very few laudable exceptions. That is not acceptable. Cameras in rugged tools for the job should be just as good or better than what comes in a consumer phone. Users of rugged handhelds should be able to fully count on the cameras in their devices to get the job done, and done well. That is not the case now, and that must change. Shouldn¡¯t professional users get professional gear, the best?

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