A tablet PC built for the bunker
'TabletKiosk' gets toughened up
Sometimes it seems that every company wants to play the tech industry's version of Survivor with tablet computer.. But rather than offering something of limited use like a , TabletKiosk has ambitions to take over the whole island with a new rugged
The "TufTab" line, despite its Playskool-sounding name, is a reinforced version of its "eo v7110" ultra-mobile PC that's been toughed up with a rubberized case to withstand "rain, dust, humidity, extreme temperatures and vibration," according to the company, as well as a biometric fingerprint reader for additional security. As a bonus, it can run a Linux operating system for a slightly lower cost than the $1,700 sticker price with Windows software.
Other features include a 7-inch LCD touch screen, 1.2-GHz Via processor, 40GB hard drive and 1GB of memory contained in a case that weighs less than 2 pounds and measures 8.1 by 5.3 by 1.14 inches. But now you can drop it up to 2.5 feet too.