Trimble Introduces Kenai Tablets for Advanced Mobile Computing
SUNNYVALE, CA: Mobile Software Services is growing into the most widely used computing medium in the contemporary world. Trimble, providers of application-based solutions for mobile workers introduced its new rugged tablet computers called Kenai. It aims at transporting user’s office for field use by combining the factors like durability, reliability and feature-rich design to the tablet’s powerful configuration.
The device sports a 10.1 inch capacitive multi-touch screen and comes with WUXGA display technology for superior readability in any extreme climatic conditions or environment. Built on Microsoft Windows 10 OS, the device uses 1.46 GHz Intel Atom Dual-Core processor which optimizes the critical workflow requirement. It includes a Solid State Drive (SSD) up to 256 GB and the battery being hot-swappable, provide hours of seamless run-time.
"With new features and functionality, the Kenai tablet is an ideal solution that provides even more computing power to mobile professionals, more memory, computing speed, drive capacity, connectivity options and optimum display readability," said Jim Sheldon, General Manager of Mobile Computing Solutions Division, Trimble.
Some other highlighting feature includes Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth and 8-megapixel camera for video and photos. The device ensures security, as it integrates a built-in and certified Trusted Processing Module (TPM) encryption method to enable security programming for Wi-Fi and direct connect authentication. The user experience can be enhanced by utilizing the controlled zoom option and it also remains protected against dust and water.
The interface is outstanding and it houses an array of features. It includes a 4G LTE Dual-mode Data-Cloud capability and the GPS receiver extends a 2 to 4 meter accuracy, making it ideal for data collection.
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