Xplore Technologies has introduced its first rugged Android tablet, the RangerX
In addition to an IP65 rating for dust- and water-resistance, the Android 4.0.4 tablet has also been MIL-STD-810G tested
The RangerX has a 500-nit, 10.1-inch, 1366 x 768 resolution multi-touch IPS LCD display with anti-reflective glass and an 800:1 contrast ratio
The Magnesium Alloy midframe and elastomer bumpers to afford the tablet some protection from shocks
Xplore reckons that the tablet should offer up to 10 hours of use between charges of its user-replaceable 10,000 mAh battery
The durable ICS slate has a 10.1-inch, outdoor-viewable display
When the going gets tough, the tough reach for a rugged tablet. Xplore Technologies has been kicking out ruggedized tablets for over 15 years, but its new RangerX is both its lightest to date, and its first to run Android. Developed for mobile workers rather than adventurous consumer types, the durable ICS slate has a 10.1-inch outdoor-viewable display, features a dual-core ARM processor, and packs enough battery life for a full day's work.
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