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Algiz 8 Ultra Rugged Tablet PC
algiz_8-medium.jpg1.1 GHz Atom M, Touchscreen, 60 Gb HD, 1 Gb, Bt/Wlan, Win XP
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Algiz 8 – Dedicated to defend & protect

Designed for harsh environments, the Algiz 8 delivers maximum performance to mobile workforces. Algiz 8 is a tablet PC that meets rigorous military standard for drops, vibration, and condensation. With an IP65 rating it is protected against dust and water. It handles extreme temperatures, from -20 °C to 50 °C. Whatever the conditions are, the Algiz will do the job.

Algiz 8 features an ATOM 1.1 GHz Processor, 60 GB hard drive and 1 GB RAM. The Microsoft Windows XP Professional operating system runs all the applications well known to PC users, including calendar, email, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

To provide reliable communication in the field, Algiz 8 features integrated Bluetooth that connects easily to other peripheral devices. The 802.11a/b/g wireless provides access to local area networks, e-mail and the Internet. Integrated GPRS or CDMA cellular capability, as well as high sensitivity GPS, are optional.

For the ultimate user experience the Algiz 8 is built compact and lightweight. The 8.4" outdoor SVGA TFT resistive touchscreen is sunlight viewable. For even better outdoor visibility an optional 1100 NIT screen provides unmatched screen visibility in even the brightest conditions. A hot swappable battery lets you continue working all day without recharging. To supply an ergonomic and secure grip, the Algiz 8 also features an integrated hand strap and several other carrying options.

Made of shock absorbing materials and rugged inside and out, Algiz 8 is one of the most durable 8.4" tablet PCs on the market. It is perfect for areas such as geodesy, military, emergency services, security, service technicians, logistics and transportation.

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Algiz 8 facts

Size 261 mm (10.3") x 199 mm (7.8") x 40 mm (1.7")
Weight 1.9 kg (5 lb)
Operating: -20 °C to 50 °C (-4 °F to 122 °F)
Storage: -30 °C to 75 °C (-22 °F to 167 °F)
Drop: MIL-STD-810F, 26 drops from 1.2 m (4 ft)
Sand & dust: IP65
Water: IP65
Condensation: MIL-STD-810F
Vibration: MIL-STD-810F
Processor/memory ATOM 1.1 GHz, 1 GB RAM DDR 333
Data Storage 60 GB Hard drive
Operating system Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Screen 8.4" SVGA TFT outdoor sunlight readable touchscreen and sunlight viewable 1100 NIT as option
Keyboard 10 function keys, on-screen QWERTY soft keyboard
Battery 2-cell hot swap battery from SAFT with S/M Bus. 7.4V, 4800 mAh
Connections 1 x USB 2.0
1 x DC power connector
1 x RJ45 Ethernet
1 x docking connector with USB interface and power,
1 x USB 2.0 connector for grip-integrated expansion module
Communication WLAN: integrated 802.11a/b/g
PAN: integrated Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, Class 1
WAN: optional integrated GPRS/CDMA
Integrated speakers & microphone
  • 12V Vehicle charger
  • Vehicle cradle
  • Integrated GPS
  • Carrying cases
  • Shoulder carrier

Algiz 8 Software

Windows XP Professional is the most advanced operating system ever created for laptops. This operating system started with the groundbreaking laptop technology in Windows 2000 Professional and forged ahead with better battery management, easier network access, and improved offline productivity.

Battery Life Enhancements

Windows XP Professional extends battery life by managing the way your laptop uses power. Now you can work longer on battery power and more accurately forecast how long your batteries will last. Support for version 2.0 of the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) specification improves hardware and operating system coordination, allowing Windows XP Professional to monitor the CPU activity and reduce unnecessary power consumption. Windows XP Professional can more accurately monitor the amount of battery power remaining and the rate of drain on the battery, which can prevent your system from shutting down prematurely.

Standby and Hibernation

When you stop working, Standby gradually reduces power to parts of your system that are not in use-the hard drive, the monitor, and so on-saving power while keeping your computer available for you to start working again almost instantly. Hibernate saves your desktop state with all open files and documents as you left them, and then it powers down your computer. Because Windows XP systems detect when batteries are nearing depletion, laptop systems will enter Hibernate mode to preserve data before the battery fails. If the system is in Standby when the battery is running low, Windows XP will wake the system, preserve your data, and then enter Hibernate mode before the batteries fail. Waking your computer from Hibernate mode is much quicker than a fresh startup, and Windows XP wakes from Hibernate faster than any earlier version of Windows.

Multimonitor and DualView Support

Multimonitor can help you improve your productivity by allowing you to work on multiple screens. Multimonitor support allows you to install multiple video cards in your computer and run two or more monitors with one system. With DualView in Windows XP Professional, you can attach two monitors to your computer on the same display adapter and use each monitor to work on a different document. DualView enables the adapter's two interfaces to display different outputs at the same time. In many laptop computers, you can run the internal LCD display as well as an external monitor. A wide range of high-end display adapters support this functionality for desktops computers.

Offline Files and Folders

When you cannot connect to the Internet, or to your company's network, you can use Offline Files and Folders to work with data and documents as if you were online. You select which network-based files and folders you need. Then, Windows XP Professional copies the files to your laptop before you disconnect from the network, so you can work on them whenever you want. Offline Files and Folders also allows you to select Web pages that you want for browsing on your computer when you are not connected to the Internet. When you reconnect, your files are synchronized with those on the network server. Synchronization Manager makes sure you always have the latest versions, online or offline. With Windows XP Professional, offline folders can now be encrypted to provide the highest level of security. The Credential Manager in Windows XP Professional allows you to securely access information on your corporate network without having to remember and type in multiple passwords.

Hot Docking

Windows XP Professional lets you connect or disconnect your notebook computer to and from its docking station without changing hardware configuration or rebooting.

Wireless Networking

Windows XP Professional provides significant enhancements for wireless networking. High-speed wireless networks based on the Wi-Fi 802.11b standard are being installed in businesses, on campuses, and in public places, such as airports and coffee shops. Windows XP provides Zero Configuration support, allowing a laptop with a wireless adapter card to automatically detect and connect to wireless access points within range.

Media Sense

Windows XP detects signals from wireless devices within range, and notifies you if your laptop is near a network access point, or even another Windows XP-based computer with which you can share files and other resources using wireless transmission.

Network Location Awareness

If you use your laptop on more than one network, you may have faced the problem of using a static IP address at one location and dynamic IP addressing at another. For example, you may use dynamic addressing (DHCP) at work, but a static IP address at home to connect with a broadband Internet Service Provider. Windows XP Professional includes Network Location Awareness that allows you to move between wired networks, such as your business network and home network, without reconfiguring your laptop.