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rugged vehicle dock solutions from Gamber-Johnson and Havis, making it ideal for public safety. The Getac S410 provides a variety of security features including TPM 2.0, optional Absolute DDS, and multifac- tor authentication options (including password protection, RFID reader, finger print reader and SmartCard reader) to take full advantage of Microsoft Windows 10 identity and access control features including Windows Hello, Micro- soft Passport, and Credential Guard. Durability is synonymous with the Getac brand and


the all-new S410 semi-rugged notebook proudly contin- ues that tradition. It is MIL-STD810G and IP51-certified to survive drops, spills, moisture, vibrations, shock, and extreme temperatures from 5.8°F to 140°F (operating tem- perature) and -60°F to 160°F (storage temperature). Sealed I/O ports, an island-style, splash-proof keyboard, Kryp- toShell™ 2.0, rubber corners, and an ergonomic rubber handle provide supreme protection. The S410 semi-rugged notebook is the latest addition to an expansive line of fully rugged notebooks and tablets from Getac.


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Equipped with an Intel i5 CPU, an internal 10.6Ah Li- Ion battery, Bluetooth, and 128GB SSD, the TAC-4 Mo- bile Tactical Computer retains many of the features and benefits of its predecessors in a lighter, more compact design. The CPU continues to be integrated to the back of the LCD, which can be either a 12.1-inch or 15.0-inch, with 1,200 nit LED backlight and resistive touchscreen standard. The expanded I/O includes seven USB Ports,


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dual Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI video output, and HD Audio input/output, and SD Card reader. Other stan- dard features include 4GB DDR3 RAM, a full-travel water-resistant 88-key keyboard with integrated touch- pad, and backlit keys, and a 10.6Ah Li-Ion internal UPS Battery that provides four-plus hours of operation if the vehicle power is not available. The TAC-4 options include i7 CPU, 802.11abgn, 8GB or


16GB DDR3 RAM, larger SSDs, and GPS, plus embedded 4G LTE cellular. The new Universal Dash Mount provides a very flexible center-dash mounting solution for today’s smaller cars. The TAC-4 comes with a standard Three-Year Warranty and an Optional Extended Warranty for up to five years. An optional Maintenance Agreement provides no-fault repair/replace coverage for all system compo- nents for years one to five.


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The Panasonic Toughbook® 20 is the world’s fi rst fully rug- ged detachable laptop that easily transitions to become a 10.1-inch tablet. The Toughbook 20 features a durable MIL- STD-810G and IP65 design along with a lightweight, magne- sium alloy chassis, enabling offi cers to take the essential part of their vehicle anywhere they go. At only 3.9 pounds, this 2-in-1 machine is good on the go. The clever built-in handle also functions as a kickstand, providing on-the-job fl exibility. The optional bridge battery allows hot swap battery replace- ment without disruption. The gloved multi-touch display is sunlight-viewable, making this hybrid laptop perfect for rug- ged outdoor environments.


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