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Logic Instrument announce new rugged convertible tablet/notebook hybrid

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Logic Instrument, manufacturer of rugged mobile computers extend its range of the already widely accepted professional Fieldbook tablets with a new model that combines ruggedness, lightweight and unique functionalities offering multiple uses in industrial environments. Its 12.2-inch format ensures great display comfort that is vital for specialists in the fields of automation, automotive, construction or service technicians across all industries.

 The “cross-usage” Fieldbook combines the functionalities of a laptop and a tablet: a large screen, a full-sized, detachable keyboard, mobility and a variety of interfaces – all this considering its reduced weight and increased flexibility.

“This cross-usage tablet represents a new step in the evolution of Logic Instrument’s product range. It allows us to position ourselves in new markets with a device that is 50% lighter and fully rugged, for application in harsh industrial environments,” says Loïc Poirier, CEO of Logic Instrument.

Big Screen with Full HD Resolution

The 12,2-inch screen with 1920×1200 pixels displays all the details even of complex applications, GIS maps or large spreadsheets. The IPS technology allows for wide viewing angles with high contrast and good color reproduction. At the same time, the screen is protected from scratches and drops by Corning’s Gorilla® Glass. Data input can be made either with fingers, even on a wet surface or with gloves on, as well as with the attachable keyboard.

Long-life Battery

The Fieldbook K122 is powered by a 13,000mAh battery that keeps the device running for more than a normal working day. And if necessary, the user can easily replace the battery without needing specific tools.

Well Balanced

Powered by an Intel x5-Z8350 quad-core processor, the Fieldbook K122 achieves great performance combined with low power consumption. The standard version already has 4GB of RAM and 128GB storage, which can be extended by a micro SD card. An integrated WWAN module offers mobile broadband up to 4G/LTE speed. Also integrated are dual-band WiFi and an uBlox GPS module. Two USB type-A, one type-C, HDMI, Gigabit-LAN and up to two serial interfaces are available for wired connections.

A Fieldbook Loyal to Its Principles

Straight from the line of the Fieldbook, this K122 model does not deviate from the rule that has made the success of this equipment for many years: ruggedness, performance and versatility at the best price. Thanks to its hardened design, the K122 resists dust, water (IP65), drops as well as high and low temperatures. This ruggedness makes the Fieldbook K122 the ideal companion in all environments, even the most hostile.

The Fieldbook K122 will be available from February 2017 at a MSRP of 1598€.

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