Getac’s new S400 Semi-Rugged Notebook

Getac Inc. announced its new semi-rugged notebook specifically designed for field service, public safety, as well as military applications including vehicle and office use.

The S400 has a KryptoShell body, meets  MIL-STD 810G criteria for temperature, shock and vibration as well as a 2.5 ft. drop on 6 faces. It has 14 inch(1366 x 768) TFT Sunlight Readable LCD (optional 700 NITs display with multi-touch capabilities), option for Intel Core i3/i5 processors, Intel HD graphics or GeForce G310M, up to 8GB of RAM, a SATA 320GB HDD or optional SATA 80GB SSD, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0, optional 56K ITU V.92 modem, 3G Gobi 2000module and GPS with internal antenna.

Getac S400 semi rugged notebook

The S400 also offers water resistant keyboard with optional backlit keys, an integrated 4-in-1 smart card reader and finger print reader, three USB 2.0 ports,  docking port and a 7800 mAh battery.

Getac S400 semi rugged notebook

The S400 starts at $1,799 MSRP and will begin shipping at the end of November backed by a 3-year manufacturer’s warranty.

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