Compact Rugged Tablets from DRS

DRS ARMOR X7ad  
Rugged enough to stand up to the real world!
The DRS ARMOR X7ad rugged compact tablet is packed with features and options to improve worker efficiency. Whether it is Wi-Fi, broadband, Bluetooth® or GPS, mobile field staff have the ability to stay constantly connected to the world-wide web and beyond.

The ARMOR X7ad operates on the Android platform. This highly-customizable, open source operating system is well-known for its simplicity and energy-saving capabilities.

The ARMOR X7ad sports a 7 inch multi-touch display that is less than 1 inch thick and meets IP65 ingress protection standards. It has onboard 16GB eMMC Flash and 1GB RAM standard. This dynamic tablet comes with 1.3MP front-facing webcam and a 5.0MP rear camera, as well as mini USB, HDMI, and SD card interfaces.

With its magnesium, ABS composite and Corning® Gorilla® Glass construction, the ARMOR X7ad weighs only 1.3 pounds while still delivering MIL-STD-810G assurance. It’s the ideal solution for workforces requiring the best in durability, efficiency, and lightweight portability in a convenient and efficient tablet computer. Learn More About the Armor X7ad…

DRS ARMOR X7et 
Ultra-friendly user interface with field-tested durability!

The DRS ARMOR X7et rugged compact tablet is a mobile device built expressly for the field. It is loaded with communications features including Wi-Fi, multi-carrier broadband, Bluetooth® wireless, and integrated GPS.
The ARMOR X7et runs the Microsoft® Windows® 7 operating system and offers a bright outdoor-readable, 7 inch display with multi-touch capability and a wide viewing angle. This efficient rugged tablet comes with a 1.3MP front-facing webcam and a 5.0MP rear camera.

In order to maintain durability and trim design, the ARMOR X7et is made of magnesium, ABS composite and Corning® Gorilla®Glass. The display is less than 1 inch thick and meets IP65 sealing and MIL-STD-810G while still offering user-friendly access to mini USB, HDMI, and SD card interfaces. Learn More about the Armor X7et…

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