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Getac streamlines B300 for enhanced future-soldier capabilities

Posted 14 June 2018 · Add Comment

Getac today announced updates to its leading Getac B300 fully rugged notebook, designed to deliver increased productivity and deployment speed for defence industry professionals in mission-critical environments.


Above: The latest-generation B300 fully rugged notebook complements Getac’s defence product roadmap.
Courtesy Getac


Commenting on the launch of the new Getac B300, Chris Bye, President Getac UK said: “Rapid advances in IT and communication technologies are transforming defence systems. Digitised defence systems are fundamentally changing developed countries' national defence systems around the world, with rugged computers playing an increasingly important role.” Bye, speaking on Getac’s efforts and achievements in developing products for this market segment, noted: “Getac stands out because of its ability to develop combat-strength products that meet the evolving technological challenges and special requirements of defence users, backed by continuing refinements in quality and service; areas in which Getac excels.”

Serving a global customer base, Getac provides comprehensive, vertically integrated solutions accommodating regional needs to address wide-ranging extreme conditions. Getac supplies a complete line of rugged computing solutions to fulfill the requirements of different operations and mission applications, including; the B300 fully rugged notebook, V110 fully rugged convertible, S410 semi-rugged notebook, X500 fully rugged mobile server, F110 fully rugged tablet, and MX50 fully rugged tablet with a compact form factor particularly suited for dismounted tactical users. All of these products have received positive reviews from within the defence industry, by end users and system integrators alike.

Getac rugged computers are primarily engaged by digital defence systems for applications that include command and control, situational awareness, tactical communication, and platform analytics. Products feature interoperability with government approved Data at Rest security technologies, a key requirement when operating in high cyber threat environments. The devices also support bespoke defence applications and programs, interfaces and ports allowing interoperability and backward compatibility with legacy systems, flexible combinations of computation power, high bandwidth, and fast boot operating systems to meet diverse needs. This demonstrates why Getac consistently wins customer trust, establishing a dominant presence in the defence market.


Getac‘s full range of defence focused rugged computing solutions are built to the highest quality, engineered to perfectly match the sector’s stringent requirements, operating in the most extreme of conditions. The newly launched Getac B300 Generation 7, fully rugged notebook features the 8th generation Intel® Kaby Lake R Core i5 and i7 processors with multi-layered security and boosting system performance to a whole new level. The device remains certified to MIL-STD 810G and MIL-STD-461F standards, and incorporating IP65 water and dust ingress protection with its fan less design ensuring that the Getac B300 not only stands out but leads the competition. The Getac B300 fully rugged notebook retains its 13.3-inch touch screen with an output rating of up to 1400 NITs of brightness, glare-free viewing, readability under sunlight, and night vision device support. Built with state-of-the-art high-speed computing capabilities and ultra-rugged strength, the B300 also provides expandability options to accommodate GPS, 4G LTE, 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2 communication for seamless network connectivity in the field.

The fully rugged notebook comes with a standard five-year bumper-to-bumper warranty, including accidental damage coverage, providing the assurance of long-term product availability.


 

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