Manufacturer rugged PC and 810G tablets for vehicle industry
8-inch GMS IP67 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.
? Support for Android 10 system
? Optional 3G/4G all network communication, WiFi, Bluetooth and other communication modes
? 8500mAh battery, 6-8 hours of machine endurance
? IP67 high protection level, in accordance with MIL-STD-810G
? Support GPS, more accurate positioning
? Rear 13 million pixel auto focus camera, easy to collect image and video information
? Support 1D/2D, NFC and other functional modules for free selection
Keep Google contained
Sigh. Google owns Android, and Android owns the handheld and smartphone market for pretty much every device that¡¯s not an iPhone. We¡¯re talking monopoly here, and Google is taking advantage of that with an ever more heavy-handed presence in every Android device. During setup of an Android phone or computer users are practically forced to accept Google services, and Google products and services are pushed relentlessly. Compared to early Android devices, the latest Android hardware feels a bit like delivery vehicles for Google advertising and solicitation. That¡¯s an unfortunate development, and providers of rugged handhelds should do whatever they can to minimize Google¡¯s intrusions and activities on their devices.
But, you might say, isn¡¯t there Android AOSP (¡°Android Open System Project¡±) that is free of Google¡¯s choking presence? Yes, there is AOSP, or I should say there was. While AOSP still exists, Google has gone out of its way to make it so barren and unattractive that it feels like a penalty box for those who refuse to give Google free reign over their devices. None of the popular Google apps are available on AOSP, there is no access to the unfortunately named Google Play Store. AOSP users who want to download apps must rely on often shady third party Android app stores. And backup is disabled on AOSP. Yes, no backup. Some has changed as of late, but AOSP remains a sad place. Your customers deserve better. Find a solution!