JLT from Sweden announced their newest rugged Windows 10 tablet today, named JLT MT2010, and it’s as rare as a Intel Celeron N2930 processor powered tablet, making it more powerful than a Intel Atom tablet, but not as expensive as a Intel Core powered one.
The screen size is 10.1 inches with an overall thickness of 19mm and weight of 1,2kg.
In addition to the rare procesor choice, it’s also powered by a 4GB of DDR3 RAM though the RAM can be upgraded to 8GB. The storage too range from 64GB to 256GB of SSD storage.
It has two battery options of either a 10280 mAh battery or a 5140 mah battery, and I know which one I want.
But MT2010 is an enterprise tablet, and as such it has an optional bar code reader, two programable buttons, and a 30-pin combo connector as standard, with a few dockings and an extension port as optional extra.
It’s rugged to operating temps between 14 to +122 F, waterproof at IP65, and vibration and shock resistant to MIL-STD810G.
– Tom Bowen