The ZX10 is designed to meet the needs of public safety, communications, utilities, energy, and transport and logistics professionals that operate within an Android-based IT environment.
For communications, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac, Bluetooth (v5.0), dedicated GPS, and an optional 4G LTE module offer rapid data transfer and location positioning capabilities in remote field locations, in addition to supporting AT&T FirstNet for public safety response capabilities. Dual LTE SIM card slots provide additional coverage when needed without physically swapping cards.
The ZX10's MIL-STD-810H and IP66 certification compliance means it can easily withstand drops of up to 6 feet, and environmental extremes of shock, rain, vibration, dust, and liquid spillages.
An operating temperature range of -29°C to 63°C (-20°F~145°F) delivers year-round usability, even in extreme conditions. If there is damage, the ZX10 is covered by Getac’s 3-year comprehensive warranty with added accidental damage coverage.
Dual hot-swappable batteries ensure full-shift operation, while the tablet's LumiBond sunlight-readable display, boasting 800nits of brightness with rain and glove touch capability, helps maintain productivity in challenging weather conditions and environments. An option of up to 6GB LPDDR4 RAM and 128GB storage is available for substantial usage.
The ZX10’s combination of Android 11 OS, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 Mobile Platform, and an Adreno 512 GPU delivers a seamless user experience, the company says, enabling efficient workflow in a wide range of field scenarios.
An 8MP front camera and best-in-class 16MP rear camera deliver high-quality photo/video capture, while dual integrated microphones help filter out loud background noise for enhanced audio quality.
“As Android’s popularity proliferates, we are seeing a growing number of organizations looking for rugged solutions that can provide the versatility it has to offer even when working in harsh and or challenging environments,” says Mike McMahon, President of Getac of North America. “The ZX10 does exactly that and expands our product line of Android-based rugged computers enabling our customers to optimize their productivity, while also achieving an all-important total cost of ownership (TCO) target.”
The ZX10 will be available in March 2022.
Source: Utility Products