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Getac Z710, World’s Toughest and Smallest Android Tablet Announced

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Getac Z710 is the World’s toughest Android tablet which has just made official by the Getack UK. This 7 inch tab has the power to withstand five feet drops and moreover it show great resistance for water and dust; all that is possible because of IP65 certification. As I mentioned before it is World’s toughest tabet as it can operate in the extreme temperature environment. The temperature range of this tablet  is from 30 degrees Celsius up to + 60 degrees Celsius. So take it with you and operate it whether you are living  in hottest environment or in coldest environment.

getac Z710 world's Toughest Android tablet

Getack Z710 Android tablet is perfectly suitable for the people who are working in the following  sectors such as field service, utility, construction and automotive. It is running on Google’s famous Android operating system though version is not mentioned by the company. It is packed with a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen display. It comes with  16GB internal memory which can be extended through a microsSD card slot. It has Wi-Fi, a built-in GPS receiver and Bluetooth for connectivity purpose and for external connections it has USB. On the back , you will see a 5MP snapper having feature of aut-focus and there is a HD front facing camera for video chat.

Price  and Release date of Getac Z710 has not announced but it is expected that this toughest Android Tablet will hit the market  next year.

Check the Full Press Release Below.

TELFORD, England–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Getac UK has announced the launch of its 7 inch fully rugged tablet, built to be the smallest and most robust Android tablet on the market.

The new Z710 has been designed to withstand five ft drops, water and dust ingress (IP65), and boasts the rugged military grade MIL-STD-810G rating. The Z710 can also operate in the coldest and hottest of environments, from -30 degrees C to +60 degrees C.

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Peter Molyneux, Vice President Getac UK, says that this is the first of a comprehensive range of rugged tablets to be released in 2012 and highlights how the new tablet will be the only device on the market designed and built by one company.

Mr Molyneux believes that the rugged device has the potential to revolutionise operations across a number of sectors including field service, utility, construction and automotive.

“These markets are moving towards devices that combine best-in-class mobility as well as the capacity to perform in rugged environments. With its user-friendly screen size combined with Getac’s proven rugged build, the Z710 does just that,” he explains.

“Our engineers have designed, developed, and built the unit with end users in mind, and having ownership of that ensures we have control of quality throughout the entire process. We’re offering a solution that Getac customers can rely on.”

The Z710 offers multiple connectivity and communication options. Input/Output ports include USB, Micro SD, and SIM card, with 16GB of storage (expandable by MicroSD).

The unit also comprises Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS. Front (HD) and rear (5 megapixel) cameras are also built into the device.

“The rugged tablet market is going to be very exciting and dynamic and will help to bring flexibility of operation, communication and connectivity to a whole host of sectors,” Mr Molyneux adds.

“We are looking forward to working with our customers to offer the best rugged solutions wherever they operate and have combined the power of tablet computing with Getac’s proven rugged manufacturing technology, meaning the unit can operate in the harshest of conditions.”

Full technical specifications of the Z710 will be released shortly.

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