Getac’s latest laptop built to withstand the harshest field conditions

Last month Panasonic announced the most rugged one Toughbook to date. And now, Getac has added two new additions to its family of rugged mobile workstations. Both are built to withstand the extreme operational conditions faced by defense personnel in transportation and logistics operations and fieldwork in the energy industry.

The X600 and X600 Pro share almost the same feature set, come with a 15.6-inch full HD (1,920 x 1,080) LumiBond display, and thanks to 1,000 knits, they can be read in direct sunlight, yet they are “excellent.” It is reported that “color and contrast” can be achieved. Of brightness. Capacitive multi-touch is also available, which works in cold and rain and responds to gloved touch.

Designed to survive in harsh environments, laptops have been tested to MIL-STD-810H and MIL-STD-461G durability standards and are IP66 certified against dust and water ingress. From -29 ° C to 63 ° C (-20 ° F-145 ° F), it complies with ANSI / UL 12.12.01 for Class 1 Division 2 hazardous areas.

Processor options are shaped as 11th generation Intel Core i5, i7, and i9 H-series chips with integrated UHD graphics for field computing tasks such as defense command and control, track inspection operations, and oil / gas sensor analysis. Meet your demands. Nvidia Quadro RTX3000 discrete graphics are available as an option.

Up to 128GB of RAM is available, three PCIe SDD slots can use up to 6TB of self-encrypting storage, and dual fans cool the system during a heated mission.

The X600 weighs 9.72 pounds, but the X600 Pro tilts the scale at 13.34 pounds.


On-site connectivity is very important. Getac’s new rugged laptop comes with 2.5GBase-T Ethernet, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, a Full HD webcam and optionally 4G LTE with dedicated GPS and integrated GPS. .. Thunderbolt 4, USB 3.2 Gen2 Type A, HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort, VGA, and serial ports are also present and correct.

The X600 and X600 Pro models run Windows 11 Pro respectively and benefit from a smart card reader in addition to TPM 2.0 and Intel vPro security. You can also configure Windows Hello and fingerprint scan biometrics.

Overall, the X600 tilts the scale at 9.72 pounds (4.4 kg), but the thicker X600 Pro offers more. In addition to the dual hot-swap batteries, one laptop has a total capacity of over 240Wh of two media bay batteries. It also incorporates PCMCIA and Express extensions, comes standard with a DVD optical drive, and offers optional Blu-ray. The Pro model is a bit heavier at 13.34 pounds (6.05 kg).

Rugged laptops for the X600 and X600 Pro will be released in October. Prices have not been confirmed at this time.

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