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For those of you in need of a PC capable of operating in extreme conditions (anyone reading this from a mine shaft or a bunker, for instance). Getac's battle-tested and war-weary V100 convertible tablet PC has received several key upgrades, including a bump in processing power to a 1.4 GHz Intel Pe

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Make no mistake -- GETAC's PS535F ain't winning any beauty contests, but it just might survive an unplanned night out in the rain forest. The smartphone, which landed in the FCC late last year, has just popped official on the outfit's website. For reasons unknown, the unit comes bundled with Windows

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We've seen ourselves some major ugly in the past when it comes to rugged devices, so while this new Getac PS535E won't be swiping any work from Jonathan Ive in the near future, it won't make him cry either, which is certainly a step in the right direction. The internals are decent as well, with GPS,

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Prior to today, it had certainly been a hot, hot minute since we'd heard a peep out of GETAC, but here we are peeking the firm's second new product in as many days. The E100 tablet PC weighs in at just three pounds, but this dainty gizmo reportedly meets MIL-STD-810F and IP54 standards for \"durabili

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It's all about 13.3-inch LED backlit displays these days, and apparently even ruggedized military computers are no exception. The new B300 from GETAC features a 13.3-inch XGA \"sunlight-readable\" display with 1200 nits of brightness. There's also a processor-based display tech built in based on the U

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GETAC's latest rugged laptop does something that most other units simply can't, as it conveniently converts into a tablet while maintaining that beefy stature and war-tested agility. The V100 is fresh out of FCC boot camp, and judging by the documentation, it looks like it's been cleared for civilia

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