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AMREL Announces Updated ROCKY RK10 Fully Rugged 15-Inch Laptop

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  1. Cristian_25H


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    American Reliance, Inc. (AMREL), the premier rugged computer provider, revealed major upgrades for its most popular laptop, the 15" ROCKY RK10. Adding performance to a proven platform, AMREL has added a powerful i7 processor, improved storage, expanded memory, and enhanced connectivity.

    "It's really a rugged laptop for the 21st century," explains Kalvin Chen, Vice-President of Operations for AMREL. "Modern applications, such as video streaming, are very data heavy. The new upgrades improve the RK10's capability for processing large amounts of information."

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    New upgrades include:
    • Intel Sandy Bridge i7-2610UE
    • Memory of 4 GB, Up to 16 GB
    • Intel HD Graphics 3000
    • USB 3.0 ports

    Like all of AMREL's computing platforms, the ROCKY RK10 has built-in durability and reliability, crafted by decades of experience. The RK platform has been independently certified for MIL-STD 810 and IP65 (MIL-STD 461 option is available).

    Warfighters, fire fighters, police, EMS, and others who work in harsh environments have used the RK platform for a wide variety of critical tasks. Applications include: Portable Sensor Control, Unmanned Systems Operator Control Units, Search & Rescue, Flight Line, Portable Radio System, and others.

    Modular, open platform design, and a remarkably large number of configurable I/O ports ensure flexible connectivity and easy customization. AMREL extends the manufacturer's warranty to all modifications it performs.

    "We're very proud of the RK10 flexibility, which is highly unusual in such a durable computer," states Mr. Chen. "You might say that that the RK10 is a rugged laptop with consumer options."

    Learn more about the ROCKY RK10 at http://computers.amrel.com/rk10/.
  2. ZetZet


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    Looks like a toy. :laugh:

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