Durabook released its latest tablet this month, the R11L, which packs an 11-inch display. $1.399. R11L fully rugged tablet with three-year accidental damage warranty 12th generation Intel Pentium Gold 8505 processor and has a 10-point capacitive multi-touch display that offers a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels.
Other features include four advanced touch modes; along with expansion options for glove, stylus, water and finger, barcode reader, LAN port, serial port RS-232, RFID reader, smart card and magnetic stripe reader. Certified to MIL-STD-810H, the portable system can withstand drops from a height of 4 feet, and the rugged tablet is IP66 and ANSI/UL C1D2 certified.
“Durabook devices are designed to meet the demands of workers who rely on rugged technology to streamline workflows and increase productivity in the harshest environments,” said Twinhead CEO Fred Kao. “Upgraded to Intel’s 12th generation CPU, this latest R11L model is 300% faster than its predecessor, offering more computing power for budget-conscious professionals.”
R11L Rugged tablet
“Equipped with Thunderbolt 4 technology, the R11L is designed to support the modern workspace by providing powerful yet simple and flexible connectivity. In addition to providing exceptional wireless access via Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX211, which is five times faster than its predecessor, the R11L has an additional Micro HDMI port for video output. It can connect to multiple devices via Bluetooth V5.2 bandwidth.
“Thin and light, the R11L is only 20mm (0.79”) thick and only 1.2kg (2.65lbs), making it the world’s most compact tablet in its fully rugged class. Its sleek, streamlined exterior and neat shape complement its rugged image, guaranteeing optimal operational performance in all situations. At the same time, its ultra-long battery life of up to 15 hours makes it suitable for various professional applications. “
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