Getac has made a joint announcement of both their new rugged Android tablet ZX10, as well as their new app OEMConfig, a name that is almost self-explanatory to system administrators, but is essentially an app for system administrators where they can maintain controll of all computers within a group.
The new Getac ZX10 meanwhile is a rugged 10.1-inch Android 11 tablet powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, 4 or 6GB of RAM, and 128GB eMMC storage.
The Full HD resolution display has the sort of ultra-high brightness that the best rugged tablet offers, in this case 800 nits brightness on the LumiBond screen.
In addition to the typical set of physical buttons, swappable battery, ports, and accessories, the ZX10 also boasts specs such as a 8MP front camera, a 16MP rear camera, and support for up to a 120W DC-DC vehicle adapter.
With its rugged casing, it’s drop resistant at up to 1.8m, but it has been wrapped up pretty good to achieve that level of protection, so the weight is about double that of a normal 10.1-inch tablet, at 1040 grams.
– Tom Bowen