Juniper Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet and Archer 2 Field PC – Extreme Data Capture with Rugged Dependability


Juniper Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet


The Juniper Systems Mesa 2 rugged tablet brings powerful functionality to your mobile data collection. Running Windows 10 operating system, the Mesa 2 has a wide range of data collection software and applications to choose from. 
This rugged Mesa 2 comes standard with a Quad-core Intel Atom Z3745 processor, 4GB RAM, and 64GB flash storage. The Mesa 2 rugged tablet features a large, 7-inch, extra-bright display for easily viewing maps or images in landscape or portrait orientation.  
The Mesa 2 has an impressive IP68 rating, and is designed to exceed MIL-STD-810G for water, humidity, sand and dust, vibration, altitude, shock, and temperature. The Mesa 2 rugged tablet is ideal for agriculture, field service, natural resources, industrial, public works, military, oil & gas, utilities, public safety, construction, and more.

Juniper Archer 2 Field PC


The Juniper Archer 2 is designed for the demanding field applications, this rugged handheld merges modern technology with uncompromising durability. 
The Archer 2 Field PC is powered by the Microsoft Windows Embedded Handheld operating system. The Archer 2 features a 4.3″ 480 x 800 pixel display with Juniper’s IllumiView display technology that is even readable in glaring sunlight users can integrate enhanced GPS, photo and video capture, built-in 1D/2D barcode scanner, and cell modem. 
The Archer 2 also has serial and USB ports for additional connectivity. With a rechargeable, lightweight Li-Ion battery pack, the Archer 2 is sure to last through the most rigorous usage. It operates for an incredible 20 hours per charge, and only takes a quick 4-6 hours to fully charge. 

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