Today, mobility is extremely important and having a team that can withstand the most demanding conditions, not only in terms of software but also in terms of hardware, is something that is appreciated. That's why Dell has introduced the Latitude 12 Rugged, a new ultra-resistant tablet designed to offer powerful solutions and reliability in the toughest environments.
With state-of-the-art design and functionality, Dell Latitude 12 Rugged is the newest addition to Dell's rugged device portfolio that includes the Latitude 12 Rugged Extreme convertible notebook, Latitude 14 Rugged Extreme notebook and Latitude 14 Rugged notebook.
Dell's rugged devices are essential for various industries including military, emergency equipment, public safety, industrial work, for scientists and even adventurers. It is important that Dell Latitude Rugged devices offer superior computing power and mobile capabilities that users need to carry out their work, said Drew Moore, Executive Director and CEO of Rugged Mobility Products at Dell.
Dell Latitude 12 Rugged features an 11.6-inch panoramic HD screen readable outdoors; with multi-touch functions that include the possibility of use with gloves. For maximum performance in extreme temperatures, the rugged tablet includes the fourth generation QuadCool thermal management, and incorporates the powerful and efficient fifth-generation Intel Core M processors. In addition, it has an autonomy of up to 12 hours thanks to two interchangeable two-cell batteries.
Also, to offer reliability and manageability, Dell Latitude 12 Rugged has 512GB of solid state storage and 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity, as well as optional mobile broadband and GPS. The tablet offers global data security and device confidence with Dell Data Protection, and with Intel vPro and Intel TPM 1.2 available.
Dell Latitude 12 Rugged also Dell industry leader support options are available, which include Prosupport Plus for PCs and Tablets, the only support service in the sector combines priority access to experts, repairs for accidental damage, and proactive and predictive monitoring for the prevention and automatic resolution of problems.
Additionally, to motivate consumers to have greater mobility regardless of the conditions, the tablet has a durable pogo-pin coupling interface for the expansion of modular components when necessary and the possibility of connecting it to a wide ecosystem that includes desk Dock, vehicle dock and keyboard. The optional full-size keyboard protector for the Dell Latitude 12 Rugged features RGB backlighting and an IP-65 rating that protects it from water and dust.
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