New Rugged Computer – Trimble Juno T41


Are you tired of babying your fragile Smartphone? Is your current Smartphone unable to keep up with your rugged lifestyle?


With the Trimble Juno T41 rugged Smartphone users get the rugged durability you come to expect with Trimble products, and you get all the convenience of a Smartphone.

The Juno T41 is a developer-friendly computing device for real-world field conditions with either Windows Embedder, or Android operating systems. The powerful 8 megapixel camera can automatically include time and location data from the onboard GPS receiver.

The Juno T41 is equipped with a 4.3″ high resolution auto-adjust brightness screen that provides brilliantly clear, sunlight readable display. The Juno T41 has voice, SMS text, and 3.75G cellular data transfer capabilities on GSM cellular networks worldwide. Users can upload and download data from the cloud using Wi-Fi or WWAN connections. The Juno T41 includes an 800MHz or 1GHz processor with up to 512MB of RAM, and up to 16GB of nonvolatile on-board flash to run software applications quickly and dependably.

The Juno T41 is designed to be long-lasting, from the battery to the processor, and to work through demanding situations that would sideline lesser smartphones. The lithium-ion polymer battery lasts all day for most users, and an optional external battery pack is available for solutions requiring all-day wireless connectivity and processor-intensive applications. The Juno T41 can withstand water, dust, shock, drop, vibration, and extreme temperatures. It also features a Gorilla® Glass panel to survive hostile conditions in the field. For more information about the Trimble Juno T41 go to groupmobile.com

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