Recently, Getac has announced a new rugged tablet named T800, a device that packs a 8.1-inch screen and that runs Windows 8.1 Pro operating system. Also, we find out that the display it’s sunlight readable and it’s 34% larger that similar 7-inch tablets.
Even if we think that a rugged tablet can be in the same time heavy, well this doesn’t apply to the Getac T800 that weighs just 2.1 pounds. The Getac 800 tablet comes with an Intel quad-core processor clocked at 2.16 GHz that can also operate up to 2.58 GHz, 4G LTE, WiFi, GPS and WLAN.
Because it’s a rugged tablet, the Getac 800 will survive drops up to 6-feet, shocks, spills, vibrations, dust and liquid. The tablet also allows users to add accesories like an extended battery, Smart Card reader or RFID. The price of the Getac T800 tablet will start at $1599 for the 3G model, and from $1999 for the LTE model. The tablet it’s expected to hit the market sometime in July.