Trimble, a leader in outdoor rugged computing has announced the availability of its new ruggedized tablet, dubbed the Yuma rugged tablet computer aimed at professionals that works outdoors. The tablet comes equipped with a 7-inch touchscreen display that is sunlight visible, the tablet meets MIL-STD-810F and IP67 specifications, meaning it is protected against water, dust, humidity, heat, cold, vibration and accidental drops.
The Yuma was design to go where you work, it provides the ability to be productivity in areas where the conventional tablet won’t survive. It is lightweight at only 2.6lb with standard batteries; 3.2 lb with extended batteries, the battery will last for a full day of operation.
It is powered by a 1GHz Intel Atom processor and a solid state drive for storage. It comes with connectivity options such as Bluetooth 2.0, WiFi connectivity, and GPS navigation. It also comes with the option for an ExpressCard slot which can be used for cellular WAN technology, it has two USB 2.0 ports and a SDHC card slot that will support cards up to 32GB.
Yuma runs the Windows 7 professional OS, Trimble is now offering the Yuma rugged tablet computer via various retail outlets in the United States, no pricing details were found for the Yuma.