Getac F110 Outdoor Tablet
The Getac F110 is thin, light and powerful. It has Intel 4th Generation Core i7 (or i5) processors and an 11.6″ widescreen sunlight readable display that makes this outdoor tablet usable anywhere. It features two hot-swappable batteries that mean it’s possible to run the F110 continuously… However, the battery life is so good that battery swapping probably won’t be required; Getac claims up to 12.4 hours of battery life.
Heres the introduction video from Getac: Outdoor Tablet Getac F110
Sunlight readable display
The LumiBond construction of this 11.6″, LED back-lit, sunlight readable display with multi-touch touchscreen improves readability and durability by permanently bonding the LCD, touch panel and display glass into one seamless unit. This bonded panel has viewing angles up to 178 degrees, and is very bright at 800 NITS. The front panel glass is Corning Gorilla glass, which is extremely scratch resistant.
Benefits of the bonding technology include:
- Better sunlight readability
- Better contrast ratio
- Better viewing angle
- Crisper colors
- Higher brightness
The solid bonding material (engineers hate to use the term “glue”!) between the display and the touchscreen increases the strength of the completed assembly – like laminated plywood – and makes the screen tougher – shock, vibration, crush and impact performance are all enhanced. An additional benefit is that there is no air-gap between the two panes; so no chance of condensation build-up.
The Getac manufacturing environment includes a class 1000 clean room for the laminating process, overcoming the dust issue associated with air bonding, and reduces dust particles easily produced when the LCD touch module is subjected to vibration or dropped.
Die-cast magnesium and engineered plastics
A combination of Die-cast magnesium and engineered plastics keep the weight down, and strength up. Getac is the World’s third largest manufacturer of Die-cast magnesium, and makes some impressive castings – see the quality below:
For more information visit the Getac F110 Page