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New fully rugged tablet for challenging environments

The tablet features a 10th generation Intel® i5 or i7 quad-core processor and NVMe SSD PCIe storage technology By / 11 Sep 2020

Getac has launched the next-generation of the UX10, a powerful and fully rugged tablet designed for challenging and extreme working environments.

The tablet delivers superior performance, storage, connectivity, robustness and reliability in a sleek new chassis, while retaining the same proven form factor of the previous generation. Its main features include a 10th generation Intel® i5 or i7 quad-core processor and NVMe SSD PCIe storage technology, which can reach up to six times the SSD SATA speed, while the latest Intel® Wi-Fi 6 AX200 module ensures more stable and reliable connectivity in dense and saturated environments. The UX10 also features enhanced robust protection, with MIL-STD-810H certification and drop resistance up to 1.8m, for complete peace of mind.

The UX10 is part of the Getac Select® program, which combines pre-configured software, accessories, professional services and rugged devices into a series of solutions optimized for individual applications and user groups. Each solution draws on numerous customer reviews and Getac’s extensive industry experience to create combinations of products and services that you won’t find in a single offering anywhere else. Two great examples are the state-of-the-art UX10-IP and UX10-EX.

The UX10-EX is designed to be a highly effective field service solution for engineers operating in challenging and hazardous environements. Featuring the latest intrinsically safe technology, this device meets the rigorous ATEX/IECEx standards for use in Zone 2/22, hazardous and potentially explosive environments that field professionals regularly face. In addition, varied connectivity options make accessing remote technical support and uploading reports directly from the field fast and efficient, while the all-weather functionality of the UX10-EX makes it reliable in any situation.

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