Tablet for soldiers and engineers
If an engineer wanted to use a regular iPad during construction work in Siberia or Dubai, he would not have enjoyed it long enough. The usual hardware is very delicate, which is why models such as the Dell Latitude 12, which can withstand a great deal, ranging from extreme temperatures, to shocks, ending in flooding.
Dell introduces a new Rugged tablet model for hard-working engineers, or soldiers who must have a functional, yet robust device.
The Latitude 12 is a model that satisfies these conditions, as the enclosure is designed to withstand extreme temperatures of -29 to 63 degrees Celsius. It is also resistant to mud, dust, sand, water, dropping from a height of 120 cm, and even the shock wave of a nearby explosion, making it ideal for soldiers, rescuers, industrial workers and adventurers.
The tablet has an 11.6-inch touch screen resolution of 1366 x 769 pixels that can be handled in gauntlets, and the image displayed is perfectly visible in full sun. Dell has also equipped it with the fifth generation Intel Core processor, 512 GB SSD, Windows 8.1 and a battery life of up to 12 hours. An advanced cooling system is also an interesting feature, so that your equipment does not overheat even when operating in a very hot environment.
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