The Getac X500 fully rugged notebook joins extreme durability, ultra fast speed, and expandability to create the ultimate mobile computing solution for military and field operations. The Getac X500 is military-certified for operation in the most extreme conditions. It is MIL-STD-810G certified for ruggedness and shock protection, and its IP65 rating protects the unit from water and dust. In addition, the X500 is MIL-STD-2169B for High Altitude Magnetic Pulse (HEMP), and its UL1604 certification ensures it can be safely operated where potentially flammable or explosive materials may be present.
The Getac X500 rugged notebook is powered by an Intel® i5-520M (2.4GHz) or an optional Core i7-620M (2.66GHz) processor to maximize computing performance. It features a 320GB shock-mounted hard drive, 4GB DDRIII RAM, and a 15.6-inch (1920 x 1080) QuadraClear sunlight-readable LED display. An optional multi-touch and pressure sensitive display that can sense touch input from just about anything — even gloved fingers, is also available.
The Getac X500's multimedia bay can accommodate an optional Super multi-DVD, a second battery or a second hard disk drive or solid state drive to operate as a RAID system. The X500 also boasts a wide range of standard I/O ports, including three USB 2.0 ports, one USB/eSATA combo port, two RS-232 serial ports, two PCMCIA ports, an ExpressCard, SmartCard, dual RJ-45 ports, HDMI, VGA outputs, and a full-sized keyboard with numeric pad.
The Getac X500 offers Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth® wireless technologies to provide mobile users advanced wireless connectivity and improved productivity. Other wireless options include, dedicated GPS, Gobi™ 2000 3G mobile broadband technologies, and a high-powered Wi-Fi booster. Security features on the X500 include a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 1.2 security chip, a fingerprint reader, and cable lock slot to protect your valuable data.
The Getac X500 rugged notebook's design and it's 5-year bumper-to-bumper warranty make it an ideal mobile computing solution to meet virtually every communications and environmental challenge that military and field operations personnel face today.