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Getac unveils new A140 G2 rugged tablet for demanding work environments

Getac has launched its new A140 G2 fully rugged tablet, designed to offer professionals across a wide range of industries a “powerful yet versatile tablet that excels in demanding work environments”.

The A140 G2 promises extraordinary processing power and responsiveness with no performance drop-off, even when running large numbers of applications simultaneously. Integrated UHD graphics and an expansive 14” Lumibond 2.0 display – the largest in Getac’s tablet range – allows users to see all of their information in rich detail on a single screen, without the need for unnecessary scrolling.

The A140 G2 is also MIL-STD 810H and IP65-certified, meaning it can withstand drops from up to 1.2 metres, as well as shocks, spills, vibration, dust, liquid and more. It also has an operating temperature range of -20°F to 145°F (-29°C to 63°C).

The A140 G2’s combination of rugged design, inbuilt 4G LTE/Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connectivity and processing power makes it well suited to use as a Mobile Data Terminal (MDT) for emergency services professionals. For instance, firefighters can send or receive critical Site Specific Risk Information (SSRI), verify response plans and perform chemical data checking directly from the scene of an incident, boosting situational awareness and improving safety for the whole team. The large touchscreen display can also be used in the rain and while wearing gloves.

“At Getac, we believe in creating products and solutions that work as hard as our customers do,” said Chris Bye, president, Getac UK Ltd. “The A140 G2 incorporates the latest in computing technology to create an extremely capable yet versatile tablet that’s suited to various challenges and situations, no matter how big or small.”

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