GammaTech's RT10C Tablet Invites You to Run Roughshod

Paul Lilly

With all due respect to Samsung, Apple, Asus, and others, your wimpy tablet has nothing on GammaTech's newly announced Durabook RT10C. Don't take offense to that, the RT10C is a burly slate designed to stand up to the rigors of industrial work and military applications. It's a thicker, rugged tablet that's able to withstand sandstorms, torrential downpours, and other harsh conditions.

Let's start with the specs. The RT10C is a 10.2-inch slate powered by an Intel Core i7 620UE processor. It has 2GB of DDR3 memory (supports up to 4GB), a 2.5-inch SATA drive bay, PCMCIA slot, a pair of internal mini card slots, CF slot, two USB 2.0 ports, GbE LAN, VGA port, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, and a spattering of other inputs and features.

What's really of interest here is how rugged the RT10C is. GammaTech claims its latest tablet can withstand being dropped 26 times from 3 feet in the air. It's also shock resistant, spill resistant, dust resistant, watertight, and overall just a tough mother tablet.

Full specs can be found here .

Image Credit: GammaTech

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