American Reliance, Inc. (AMREL®) Semi-rugged devices are not fully sealed against water and

other outdoor elements, but still offer a certain degree of protec- tion against harsh temperatures, extreme vibration, and mois- ture on the keyboard. Fully rugged devices are designed from the inside out, certifi ed to military standards, and can withstand extreme temperatures, drops, shocks and vibrations. Determining the degree of ruggedness required depends

on the type of conditions to which the computer will be exposed. While a semi-rugged computer would be a good choice for a patrol car where the device rarely leaves the ve- hicle, devices used in SWAT scenarios must be able to with- stand severe conditions, requiring fully rugged models.

American Reliance, Inc. (AMREL®


AMREL offers a full spectrum of fully rugged laptops, tablets, convertible tablets, handhelds, smartphones, mo- bile biometric devices, and in-vehicle systems. For over 30 years, they have supplied fully rugged customized solu- tions to the Defense, Public Safety, and Industrial markets, while providing service, warranty, and support to their cus- tomizations for long term (3-5 years). AMREL pioneered the dual purpose tablet/laptop that

could serve both as a stand-alone device and as an in-vehi- cle terminal. Law enforcement agencies around the country appreciate AMREL’s commitment to exceptionally long- term support (some laptops are still being used 14 years after purchase). The line of super-slim computers are typified by the ROCKY RS11 fully rugged laptop…one of the lightest, thin- nest, fully rugged laptops in the world (weighing only 5.5 pounds and just an inch thick, it’s an extremely durable laptop). There’s also the super-tough and compact ROCKY RV 11, one of the thinnest rugged laptops that has a 15.6- inch display.

Brite Computers Another member of the super-thin fully rugged tablets

is the ROCKY DS11 10.1-inch. Less than inch thick, it fits in the tightest spaces (it’s 1000 nits rating makes it easy to read, even in the brightest sunlight). Despite its small footprint, the ROCKY DS11 is fully rugged, independently certified for MIL-STDs 860/461 and IP65. Finally, the APEX PX 5 is another 10.1-inch super-bright,

fully rugged tablet. Its 1000 nits rating, bright backlight, anti-reflective coatings, and directly bonded LCD layers provide exceptional image quality and detail. With a Corn- ing Gorilla glass display, IP65 rating and MIL-STD-810G compliance, APEX PX5 can operate even in the most de- manding conditions.

Brite Computers

The Brite-Fujitsu Q-Series Tablet Solution combines the power of Fujitsu tablet computing with an industry lead- ing Brite Q-Active Dock. The Brite Q-Active Dock was built by public safety, for public safety. The innovative Brite Q-Active Dock is built with

USB, Ethernet and power ports to connect all necessary peripherals. The Brite-Fujitsu solution is ergonomi- cally designed to improve officer safety by providing a clear view of the windshield and side mirrors. It is also positioned in the center of the vehicle allowing officers to take back the passenger seat and keep the airbags free of obstruction. The two-piece swing-away mount gives officers access to all center console controls and allows for ease of data input with the articulating keyboard tray. The MIL-STD-810G certified Q-Series tablet will with-

stand harsh mobile environments, while providing top-of the-line technology. Paired with the Brite Q-Active Dock, the Brite-Fujitsu Q-Series Tablet Solution continuously proves itself in the hands of officers in 40 states. 13

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