Getac Expands X600 Line of Rugged Mobile Workstations

Getac's X600 Server features an Intel Xeon W-11855M processor, integrated UHD graphics, up to 128GB DDR4 RAM and expansion bay storage options of up to 22TB By Joseph Macey / 16 Feb 2023
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Getac has expanded its flagship X600 rugged mobile workstation range with the launch of the X600 Server and X600 Pro-PCI.

According to Getac, the new models will sit alongside the recently launched X600 and X600 Pro, creating a comprehensive lineup of rugged mobile workstations that are purpose-built to meet demands of professionals working in challenging industries, such as defense, and manufacturing, oil & gas.


Boasting an Intel Xeon W-11855M processor with Intel Turbo Boost Technology and integrated Intel UHD graphics, the X600 Server is said to deliver exceptional computing performance. The X600 can also accommodate up to 128GB DDR4 RAM, while optional Error Correcting Code (ECC) memory helps to preserve the integrity of data by detecting and correcting single-bit memory errors.

A 1,000 nit, 15.6″ full HD Getac LumiBond display with sunlight readable technology makes complex tasks easy to perform in challenging weather conditions, and an extensive range of connectivity options, including 2.5G BASE-T Ethernet (x2), ensures ultra-fast simultaneous connection with multiple servers and/or networks. Onboard Thunderbolt 4 USB-C, HDMI 2.0, and DisplayPort enable connectivity to additional monitors as and when needed.


Powered by Windows Server 2022 and Microsoft Hyper-V technology, the X600 Server makes resource management simple and intuitive. System administrators can allocate resources to different virtual systems based on user needs when required, helping to maintain high levels of productivity around the clock.


The X600 Server also features extensive expandability options. Disk management is enhanced through a hardware-based RAID controller with RAID 5 configuration, for optimal balance between capacity, performance, reliability, and security. A further expansion bay enables the use of hot-swappable drives and additional storage options.


An extensive array of security features help X600 Server users maximize privacy and data protection at all times. Its solid-state storage drives (SSDs) are user-removable and toolless, for enhanced data security during device storage. Furthermore, Getac’s keep your hard drive service lets users remove and keep all their SSDs should they need to send their devices in for repairs. Additional security features include TPM 2.0, Kensington lock compatibility, smart card reader, and optional Intel vPro Technology.

Fully rugged

According to Getac, the X600 Server is built rugged from the ground up. MIL-STD-810H, MIL-STD-461G, and IP66 certifications give users peace of mind, while an operating temperature range of -20°F to 145°F (-29˚C to 63°C) means the X600 Server can be relied on to perform in even extreme temperatures.

All this adds up to create a powerful, portable device that can be quickly deployed for maximum operational efficiency in a wide range of challenging environments. Whether setting up a mobile field command centre or conducting maintenance on critical infrastructure, the X600 Server delivers comprehensive, highly secure server capabilities, in a single compact device that’s built to last.

Rick Hwang, President of Getac Technology Corporation, said: “The X600 Server redefines what a rugged mobile workstation is capable of, delivering a host of performance upgrades over its predecessor, the X500 Server, and setting a powerful new benchmark for our customers that rely on portable servers in the field.”

Hwang added: “With the launch of the new X600 Server and X600 Pro-PCI, customers now have even more options when choosing a powerful rugged mobile workstation to suit their specific needs. Whether deploying mission critical applications in the field, setting up mobile command centers, or managing multiple virtual systems from a single compact device, Getac’s X600 line has you covered.”

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