The Earl tablet includes a lanyard for wearing it around your neck
The e-ink display uses energy frugally, allowing for up to 20 hours of battery life, but the built-in solar panel on the backside can keep it running on longer trips
A tablet built to survive (and help you survive)
The Earl tablet could become your best friend in the outdoors, offering you navigation, communications, weather tracking and more
Smartphones, tablets and laptops are great when you're sitting on the couch or running around the city, but they aren't as great in the wilderness where cellular service disappears and bright sunlight renders LCD screens near-illegible. The Earl is a tablet designed to skirt around those shortcomings and keep you connected in the deepest of backcountry terrain. The "backcountry survival tablet" navigates you across the land, keeps you in communication with your crew and lets you know what weather lies ahead.
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