Rugged mobile computer manufacturer Logic Instrument has launched a new model in its Fieldbook range, which combines features of a laptop and a tablet.
The ‘cross-usage’ tablet Fieldbook K122 is a 12.2-inch 1920x1200 pixel device with Corning’s Gorilla Glass, a full-sized, detachable keyboard, a 13,000mAh battery and an Intel x5-Z8350 quad-core processor.
The standard version has 4GB of RAM and 128GB storage, which can be extended by a micro SD card. An integrated WWAN module offers mobile broadband up to 4G/LTE speed. Also integrated are dual-band WiFi and an uBlox GPS module. Two USB type-A, one type-C, HDMI, Gigabit-LAN and up to two serial interfaces are available for wired connections.
‘This cross-usage tablet represents a new step in the evolution of Logic Instrument’s product range. It allows us to position ourselves in new markets with a device that is 50% lighter and fully rugged, for application in harsh industrial environments,’ said Loïc Poirier, CEO of Logic Instrument.
Rated at IP65 for water resistance, the Fieldbook K122 will be available from February 2017 at a MSRP of 1598€.
See the January issue of Mobile magazine for a Tech Guide to rugged devices.