Getac, one of the leading manufacturers of rugged computers has recently launched its new UX10 rugged tablet to offer reliability, performance and portability to workers operating in challenging field environments every day.
The lightweight and compact UX10 has been designed to maximise workers productivity in any environment. The new product is 10.1-inch in size and has a full HD LumiBond® touchscreen display with 1,000 units of brightness and optional digitiser mode to offer clarity in all weather conditions- from bright sunlight to heavy rain. A worker can use the device even wearing gloves. The product ratings of MIL-STD-810G and IP65 ensures operation in temperatures ranging from -29 to +63 degree Celsius and drop resistance of up to 1.8 meters (six feet).
The UX10 features an Intel 8th Gen Quad-core CPU, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD for exceptional computing power, while connectivity options include that of Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 4G LTE with integrated GPS to keep workers connected in even the most remote locations. It also features multiple battery configurations, including an optional high-capacity battery for full-shift computing and optional bridge battery, enabling hot battery swaps for continuous operation. For maximum functionality, the UX10 is compatible with a wide range of accessories including detachable keyboard, hard carry handle, and secure vehicle docks. A robust suite of enhanced security features, combined with authentication options including Windows Hello facial recognition webcam, magnetic stripe reader, smart card reader, and fingerprint scanner, keeps sensitive data protected at all times.
Rowina Lee, Vice President -Global Sales & Business Development Center, Getac Technology Corporation informed, “The Asia-Pacific rugged tablet industry is expected to continue growing at an annual rate of 6.3% through 2022 and we see demand here in Asia. With demand comes challenges, and has been in the region for over 20 years, we understand the pain points of the various industries we work with, and build devices designed to suit the needs of the end-users.”
“Working in sectors such as utilities, industrial manufacturing, and emergency services can be unpredictable and extremely challenging, so the last thing workers would want to worry about is their device failing on the job,” said Rick Hwang, President of Rugged Business Unit at Getac Technology Corporation.
For roles like emergency services paramedics, field utility technicians and industrial manufacturing engineers, bad weather, remote locations, and adverse working conditions are all part of the job. To work efficiently, they need powerful mobile devices that work day-in, day-out, regardless of the location or circumstances.
“Our latest UX10 is equipped with multiple configurable factories installed options to fit diverse usage scenarios, providing high flexibility to a range of industries in Asia such as public safety and industrial manufacturing. At 10.1 inches in size and designed with rugged in mind, UX10 has the right fit that enables field workers to operate efficiently under the diverse weather conditions of Asia.” Lee added.