Algiz RT10 Ultra Rugged Android Tablet, New Handheld

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The new Algiz RT10 is ultra-rugged and durable, with an IP67 rating and the ability to withstand water, dust, shock and extreme temperatures. Yet it’s slim and lightweight, with a high-res 10-inch touchscreen and among the lightest in its class at 980 grams (2.2 lb). With a powerful Qualcomm® Snapdragon 480 5G platform and Android 11 operating system (OS), it delivers enterprise functionality for mobile field workers. And the powerful processor with future-proof 5G functionality will remain cutting-edge for years. Plus, the durable design boosts the device’s sustainability and environmental impact.

The Algiz RT10 is an ultra-rugged 10-inch Android tablet that combines cutting-edge design and performance with future-proof technology that will keep its flexible utility over its entire life cycle, according to Handheld Group, a leading manufacturer of rugged mobile computers.

Highlights

  • “The Algiz RT10 Android tablet is the best combination of portable design, field ruggedness and technology capabilities available in an enterprise-level mobile computer.“It provides true mobility, and it’s the perfect choice for businesses that need a flexible solution in any type of vehicle.”

  • The Algiz RT10 breaks new ground in the rugged handheld field in multiple ways. The 5G functionality allows live video streaming in the field, and Android Enterprise Recommended (AER) validated by Google puts it on a shortlist of qualified, enterprise-focused devices. It has enhanced security features including biometric (fingerprint) ID, and the MaxGo mobile device management (MDM) software enables custom settings across all devices in a field network.

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