|By PR Newswire||
|January 24, 2013 03:02 AM EST||
LIDKOPING, Suecia, January 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
- Handheld lanza una nueva versión de su portátil Algiz XRW ultra-resistente con mejoras de rendimiento
Handheld Group, un fabricante de rápido crecimiento de ordenadores móviles resistentes, PDA y teléfonos inteligentes, ha anunciado hoy el lanzamiento de la nueva versión de su portátil resistente Algiz XRW altamente popular. El Algiz XRW modernizado es considerablemente más rápido que su predecesor, y tiene dos veces más cantidad de RAM.
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El nuevo Algiz XRW es un portátil fino, ligero, compacto y totalmente resistente que ofrece un rendimiento sin precedentes en el campo. Su pantalla táctil de 10,1 pulgadas incluye tecnología MaxView, ofreciendo una espectacular claridad de la pantalla y brillo en una condición de exterior, incluso luz solar directa. El Algiz XRW es uno de los portátiles resistentes más ligeros y compactos del mercado, pesando solo 1,5 kilogramos, o 3,3 libras.
Las nuevas características de Algiz XRW son:
- Un rápido y potente procesador N2600 1.6 GHz Dual-Core Intel® ATOM™.
- Un mayor disco duro de 128 GB.
- Dos veces la memoria, con 4 GB de DDR2 RAM.
- GPS u-blox integrado recientemente optimizado para el mejor rendimiento de campo.
- Seguridad de datos añadida con placa de chipset TPM.
- Una versión actualizada de la tecnología Gobi™ 3000 opcional.
"La nueva versión de Algiz XRW es considerablemente más rápida y tiene un mejor rendimiento que las versiones anteriores," dijo Johan Hed, gestor de producto de Handheld Group. "El nuevo procesador ATOM es muy impresionante. Es eficaz y casi dos veces más rápido que sus predecesores, pero de bajo consumo energético con una larga vida de la batería. Además, hemos añadido una mayor cache y memorias RAM y mejores gráficos, y hemos optimizado el rendimiento GPS para hacer que el Algiz XRW sea el mejor en su clase de herramientas de computación móviles."
El Algiz XRW, totalmente equipado y ligero, ofrece un abanico de capacidades móviles. Viene incluido con Bluetooth, WLAN y GPS, funciones que muchos otros productos añaden como extras, así como una cámara de autoenfoque de dos megapíxeles que permite la videoconferencia sobre el campo.
Su teclado y touchpad de ratón están totalmente sellados e iluminados por dos luces LED, y lleva una clasificación IP65 para la protección frente a arena, polvo y agua. Pasa las pruebas de resistencia MIL-STD-810G, incluyendo pruebas de caída de 1,2 metros y puede soportar temperaturas extremas de -20 C a 55 C.
El nuevo Algiz XRW tiene un potente procesador N2600 1.6 GHz Dual-Core Intel® ATOM™, e incluye un disco duro de 128 GB y 4 GB de DDR2 RAM. Se ejecuta en el sistema operativo Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate como cualquier otro PC en una oficina, y está preparado para Windows 8.
Un módem 3G opcional ofrece transmisión de datos GSM/UMTS/EVDO de alta velocidad. El Algiz XRW está preparado para la tecnología Gobi 3000, que significa que es posible trabajar en cualquier opción de frecuencia inalámbrica en cualquier parte del mundo. La batería 57.6 Wh funciona durante ocho horas en una sola carga.
Como el resto de la línea de PDA, teléfonos inteligentes y ordenadores móviles resistentes de Handheld, el Algiz XRW está específicamente desarrollado para el uso en entornos difíciles en industrias como la minería, la geomática, la logística, la silvicultura, el transporte público, la construcción, los servicios, el mantenimiento, el uso militar y la seguridad.
El nuevo Algiz XRW está disponible para pedido inmediatamente, con los envíos empezando a finales de febrero de 2013.
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El Handheld Group es un fabricante de ordenadores móviles, PDA y teléfonos inteligentes resistentes. Handheld y sus asociados de todo el mundo suministran soluciones de movilidad integrales a empresas y sectores tales como la geomática, la logística, la silvicultura, el transporte público, los servicios públicos, la construcción, el mantenimiento, la minería, las aplicaciones militares y la seguridad. El Handheld Group de Suecia tiene oficinas locales en Finlandia, Reino Unido, Países Bajos, Italia, Alemania, Suiza, Australia y EE.UU. Si desea más información, visite http://www.handheldgroup.com.
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