If you’re looking for a rugged tablet and have a bundle of cash laying around, you may as well purchases the new Getac Z710, that has just been released. We’re dealing with a 7 inch Gorilla Glass slate, priced at almost $2000, based on Android, although the version is not mentioned. The tablet is certified to withstand drops up to 6 feet, dust and liquid and it can be used in temperatures from minus 4 F, up to 122 F.
The device also comes with a sophisticated SiRFstar GPS sensor and gets the proprietary LumiBond technology, that means the touchscreen is glove-friendly. The device measures 8.5 x 5.6 inches and it’s just over one inch thick. It weighs less than two pounds and the Z710 can easily be carried around anywhere. Communication options on the device include WiFi, Bluetooth, 3G and other features include a HD webcam and a 5 megapixel camera. Barcode scanning and RFID configurations are available.
The product is designed for segments like public utilities, logistics and automotive, so you can easily use it on a construction site, in a factory and other places. The price of the Getac Z710 starts a $1499 with a 3G version at $1799. It ships in October.