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Getac unveils 5G-compatible B360 laptop
Getac on 3 June unveiled its newest 5G-compatible B360 fully rugged laptop which runs on a 10th-generation Intel Core Processor.
Defence applications include situational awareness, C2, tactical communications and maintenance.
An enhanced version (B360 Pro) includes additional specialised options for military personnel.
The B360 is the thinnest and lightest fully rugged Getac laptop, weighing 2.23kg and is 34.9mm thick. Its 13.3-inch LumiBond 2.0 display is designed to ensure maximum usability in all weather conditions and operational environments.
The device also includes a 1,400 nits Full HD display, making it one of the brightest screens in the Getac portfolio.
Chris Bye, president of Getac, said: ‘For the first time, customers across a wide range of industries can enjoy best-in-class speed, brightness and rugged reliability in a single device, without compromise.’
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