If you’re looking for a rugged Windows tablet, you might be interested in the new 8inch tablet powered by 12th Gen Intel Core processors released by Durabook this week. The Durabook R8 tablet is now available for purchase for $1,249 and comes with a threeyear warranty against accidental damage.
The R8 tablet features an 8inch, 1280 x 800 pixel LCD display, has been drop tested from 6 feet, and is MILSTD810H and MILSTD461G certified. Optional ANSI C1D2 certification is also available with IP66 dust and splash certification. The tablet weighs 1.9 pounds and is equipped with Thunderbolt 4 wireless connectivity, Intel WiFi 6E, and Bluetooth 5.2.
Owners of Windows 10 or 11 Pro 64bit operating systems can also choose the 12th Gen Intel Core i71250U processor with vPro™ (12MB cache, up to 4.7GHz, 2 cores + 8 cores) , Processor Intel Core i51230U (12th generation) with vPro (12MB cache, up to 4.4GHz, 2 cores + 8 processors) or Intel Pentium Gold 8500 processor (8MB cache, up to 4.4GHz, 1 core processor) + 4 processors). Each CPU can support up to 16GB of LPDDR4x memory, and storage is provided as a 128GB NVMe PCIe SSD as standard with an optional 256TB, 512TB, or 1TB PCIe SSD.
“With consistent battery power, the R8 can run for up to 8 hours on a replaceable main battery, keeping professional operators productive in the field. For those who need to work longer hours, a highcapacity battery providing up to 16 hours of battery life and a bridge battery are available as options, allowing professional workers to use the tablet for multiple shifts without having to stop and recharge.”
“With its unique design for a variety of applications and scenarios, the R8 offers maximum functionality with limitless customization options. It is equipped with numerous builtin expansion modules for various ways to receive and transmit information on the go. Optional addons include a barcode reader, smart card reader, RFID (NFC) reader, magnetic stripe reader, serial port, RJ45 port, and additional USB 3.2 ports. “
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