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GammaTech Debuts the DURABOOK R8300 Fully Rugged Notebook

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GammaTech Computer Corp., a major international manufacturer and supplier of innovative notebook and tablet computers, has announced the addition of its latest fully rugged notebook computer, the DURABOOK R8300. The unit is certified to stringent MIL-STD-810G and IP65 specifications, meaning it can withstand the abusive nature of extremely harsh environments, such as those regularly encountered by the military, public safety, and utility sectors.

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What a strange deal marketing semi-rugged, rugged and full rugged laptops... I'd like to see the official criteria and testing process that defines these different categories.
 
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There are official MIL specs for all those terms, Panasonic does the same. I forget the spec numbers though.