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AAEON’s RTC-1200SK: Sunlight readable and built for maximum environmental resiliency

Display Solutions has introduced the RTC-1200SK, a multifunctional, military grade tablet computer from AAEON. Designed to perform at maximum capacity under rugged conditions, the tablet provides protection and ultimate resiliency for industrial heavyweight machinery and equipment. With operation temperatures from -20°C to 60°C, the 11-inch RTC-1200SK is built to withstand rugged environments.

The tablet boasts a wide voltage range of DC 19V/3.42A (65W) and excellent wireless communication via a BCR, along with full I/O.

An NFC is embedded within the RTC-1200SK, supporting contactless tap-and-go connections to expedite processes and workflows. Visually, the RTC-1200SK is designed to provide stunning graphic display support, with an output of 1000 nits and a unique RGB feature, enabling users to adjust the vividness of the display.

“We’ve placed an emphasis on providing an all-around solution with the RTC-1200SK, which is why we’ve rolled out a complete family of accessories for this rugged tablet,” said Cindy Lu, Product Manager for AAEON’s Rugged Mobile Division (RMD). “Every manufacturer’s first and foremost concern is to lower back-end customisation costs, and to ensure seamless integration with existing systems, which we provide with the RTC-1200SK family of products. Application wise, it’s your best choice for heavy-duty vehicles such as industrial trucks, construction machinery, and military equipment.”

For more information, please contact Display Solutions on +44 (0) 1480 411600, or visit www.displaysolutions.co.uk.

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