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Rugged Android Tablet for True Industrial Mobility

The IMT-1 Android 4.2 tablet, integrating the TI OMAP5432 1.5GHz dual-core ARM A15 processor for high performance computing power. Built-in WLAN or optional WWAN connectivity enables the IMT-1 to easily access information in a wide variety of workplace scenarios. An IP54 rating and 1.2 meter (with optional protective housing) drop resistance support significantly ruggedized construction to withstand the most demanding environments.

Consumer-style design with industrial durability

The IMT-1 is as attractive as the market's leading consumer tablets, with a 10.1" capacitive touchscreen and built-in megapixel cameras on the front and rear. The IMT-1 is fully ruggedized, with IP54-rated structure delivering the durability to withstand drops up to 1.2 meters (with optional protective housing). And the display's ultra-strong Gorilla® Glass is virtually impervious to damage, able to flex on impact without shattering or scratching.

Functional in various workplace scenarios

The IMT-1 supports 802.11 a/b/g/n protocols for the fastest wireless connectivity in any setting. The data-only modem supports the IMT-1 on optional high-speed 3.5G HSPA+ or 4G LTE cellular connections.In the office or out in the field, with WLAN or optional WWAN connectivity, the IMT-1 supports speedy data transfer and processing. As well, the sunlight-readable display enables clear easy viewing even in the brightest outdoor environments.

Advanced HF RFID technology with data security

The IMT-1's NFC reader/writer supports recognition of RFID tags (13.56 MHz), and a built-in standard SAM (Secure Access Module) slot dependably secures communication of encrypted data for sensitive and confidential applications.

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ADLINK Technology Inc.

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