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4 October 2012

Getac’s New Convertible Tablet Generation Offers Fast, Efficient Computing In The Field

Integrated features such as sunlight readability and longer battery life enhance the tablets productivity and efficiency, making the new devices ideal for those professionals working in the field service, utility, and transportation industries.

Andrew Yu, Senior Product Manager of Getac from  Synnex Australia, says, “We are proudly to distribute this V-Series exclusively in Australasia.” It consists of the V100 10.4” and V200 12.1”, and incorporates Intel® HD Graphics 4000 offering rapid access to high-performance graphics 540% faster than previous models. “This upgrade enhances the popularity of this V-Series in Australia market.”

The screens operate on minimum power usage (just that needed for a mobile device) helping to maximise the tablets longer-lasting battery life.

With just a simple swivel of the screen, the V-Series’ rugged laptops can also become rugged tablets.

The V-Series comes with advanced QuadraClear™ sunlight readable screen technology to provide excellent legibility under direct sunlight, and pressure sensitive touch screens allow the user to operate the laptop without taking off their gloves.

The screens offer a more effective contrast ratio than most other laptops on the market today.  Optional dual mode touch screens with digitizer and multi-touch will allow two or more concurrent physical contacts to be made with the screen at any one time, making operation faster and more convenient.

“If you’re out in the field with no access to a power source the length of your battery life is a real issue, which why we have designed the new V-Series to use power saving technology,” says Rowina Lee, Vice President of Getac Technology Corporation.  “This means we can now offer users up to 15 hours of battery life with the V100 and up to 13 hours with the V200.”

The new range is MIL-STD 810G and IP65 certified which means the devices are guaranteed to withstand shocks, vibration and drops, and are built to continue working in the most punishing of temperatures from as low as -20°C right up to 60°C.

The V-Series unique ergonomic design features a full-size mechanical keyboard with waterproof keys, for maximum functionality and comes with the option of a backlit mechanical, or rubber keyboard. It also incorporates Getac’s bespoke fan-less build.

Built-in communication and connectivity features include wireless LAN 802.11 a/b/g/n, Gobi™ mobile broadband and Bluetooth 4.0 for those who need to be in touch with their base.  Users will also benefit from the superior precision and sensitivity of the SiRFstarIVTM GPS providing optimum positioning accuracy.

The V-Series boasts integrated USB 3.0 which allows data to be downloaded 10 times faster than previous models, whilst a 320GB hard disk (HDD) provides the user with the ability to store large amounts of data for use in the field, and 4GB RAM (support up to 8GB) provides fast access.

Yu adds, “The Getac’s new V-Series is coming with an industry best 5 year warranty as standard with additional warranty and service packages also available.” He concludes, ”The new V-Series will be available in Australia in early November at the RRP starts from AU$3,995 for V100 and AU$ 4,695 for V200.”

For full details and complete specification for the V-Series please visit getac.com or contact Synnex Australia.

  • 4 October 2012 02:58

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