Motorola is developing a rugged tablet with Android

Apparently Tout Terrain Mobile is not the only company to have believed that the increasingly wide range of rugged tablet missing devices designed for use in extreme conditions, such as those encountered in the field when working in dusty or Very humid.

It seems that Motorola is testing a tablet rugged to meet specifications for protection IP 54, with 7-inch capacitive touchscreen, dual-core OMAP processor at 1 GHz, 1 GB RAM and 2.3 Gingergread Android operating system

It seems that Motorola is testing a tablet rugged to meet specifications for protection IP 54, with 7-inch capacitive touchscreen, dual-core OMAP processor at 1 GHz, 1 GB RAM and 2.3 Gingergread Android operating system.

The device can be equipped with various accessories, such as imagers and scanners for reading bar codes, a sign that the tablet is intended mainly for professional use.

Even for strong and indestructible, industrial PDA with Windows CE seems that the time has come to pass the baton to the new rugged tablet with Android.

Via: engadget

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