Logic Instrument FieldBook is rugged and does GPS


Logic Instrument FieldBook is rugged and does GPS

Logic Instrument just introduced FieldBook, a ruggedized GPS capable handheld computer with Windows OS. It is actually very versatile allowing for various configurations such as WiFi, Bluetooth, web-cam, RS232 port, RFID, barcode scanner, video input, and more. There are 15 different configurations of such I/O ports and expansion slots.

Also FieldBook can pretty much take anything you can throw at it including itself - it can survive a 4 foot drop and operates from -20C to +50C in rain or dust-storms making this device MIL-STD810G compliant.

The barebones FieldBook comes with a 7″ sunlight readable 1024x600 px WVGA display with resistive glovetouch screen, a 1.6GHz Atom CPU with 2GB RAM and even a G-Sensor with a protected 120GB HDD. It has a relatively big 2500 mAh hot swappable battery that can last up to 5 hours which can be powered with 115/230V AC or any wide range 10-30 VDC adapter.

We’re guessing this would cost at least $2000 - but do not worry. It is not really for end-consumers like you and I - it is mostly for the DoD just guessing from the specs.

(Via NaviGadget.)

1 comentários:

Richard said...

Very nice gadget. Perfect for outdoor use. A must have for those people working in field.

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