Launching the Unitech TB162 Military Grade Windows Tablet
Rugged tablets are essential for running enterprise software in tough environments. Unitech has responded to the demand for a new rugged windows tablet with the TB162 military grade Windows tablet. This 10.1” tablet is ideal for many applications, including public works, transportation, industrial, road and railway maintenance, security and more.
Runs on Windows 10
There has long been a need for a new high quality yet affordable Windows rugged tablet. The TB162 enables companies to use the same software as their desktop system, saving on development and training costs.
The TB162 is a truly high-performance tablet. It runs on a powerful Intel Atom 2.4 GHz processor. Memory is no problem with 8GB RAM and 128GB ROM. You have an abundance of connectivity options with ethernet, Wi-Fi, 4G and Bluetooth.
It is ideal for tough environments, being compliant with the MIL-STD-810G standard. It can also withstand drops from 1.5 meters and is IP65 sealed against water and dust. Unitech also offers high quality service contracts to extend the life of your tablets.
Display and Battery Life and Connectivity
A quality display is essential for easy working. The TB162 comes with a 1900x1200 sunlight readable display. It also comes with an ultra-long life 10,800 mAh battery hot swappable battery, so long shifts are possible without needing to recharge.
Scanning and RFID
The TB162 comes with a built-in 2D imager for data collection. There is an HF RFID / NFC module addon available to enable more data collection options.
Get Your Demo TB162 Today
If you’re looking for a high-performance, rugged and affordable Windows 10 tablet, the Unitech TB162 is for you. Click the link below to enquire about product demos and pricing.
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Albert Clarke | Sales & Marketing Executive
Albert writes about all topics relating to barcode scanning, mobile computing, RFID and enterprise Wi-Fi. You'll also see him regularly present videos on our YouTube Channel. He's passionate about new technology and the impact it can have.