Friday, December 13th 2013

Getac Begins Shipping New, Haswell-Powered F110 Rugged Tablet

Getac Inc., a leading manufacturer of rugged computers, announced it has begun shipping its new F110 rugged tablet, the thinnest and lightest large-screen rugged tablet ever built. The company says that pre-orders of the new rugged tablet is the most of any product Getac has ever introduced and production has been ramped-up to meet the high demand.

"We are very excited about the response we have received from customers about our new F110 rugged tablet," explains Rowina Lee, president, Getac. "The pre-orders we have received reaffirm our belief that thinner and lighter mobile devices are what our customers need to be effective and efficient in their tasks. We will continue to listen to customer needs as we develop products and services in the future."
The Getac F110 is a large-screen rugged tablet that packs superior performance and a large 11.6-inch display in a compact design. Measuring less than 1 inch in thickness, 12 x 8 inches in overall size and weighing 3 pounds, the F110 is the lightest large-screen, fully rugged tablet ever built.

In addition, it incorporates the latest fourth generation Intel Core i5-4300U (1.9 GHz) or i7-4600U (2.1 GHz) processors featuring Intel Turbo Boost Technology clocking maximum speeds up to 2.9 GHz and 3.3 GHz. The F110 also features dual hot-swappable batteries allowing for endless power by simply "swapping" in a fresh battery without needing to shut down applications or the operating system.

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