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RUGGED TABLET ALLOWS PRODUCTIVITY ANYWHERE, ANYTIME

24-08-2015
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Resistant to water, dust, vibration, scratching, drops and shocks, Interworld's RTC-900B tablet computer can handle anything you throw at it, even in the most hazardous of working environments.

Interworld Electronics have produced a tablet that proves portable doesn’t have to mean less capable, either. The tablet can connect and communicate via Wi-Fi, 3G, or Near Field Communication, micro-HDMI, or a standard Ethernet cable.

The tablet comes with a smart card reader and SD card slot, allowing for multiple forms of data transfer, and has a screen that scales from 350 to 900 nit luminance, meaning it can be viewed in darker, enclosed environments or in direct sunlight.

Packed with features, it still holds a seven-hour battery life, meaning your entire workstation can be carried with you, all day, connected and secure wherever you go.

 

Interworld Electronics & Computer Industries

Site: http://www.ieci.com.au/

Phone: 039 593 7555

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