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There's rugged, there's durable, and then there's GammaTech. This company has been pumping out wildly durable laptops for years, and their newest rugged piece of computing equipment follows that trend nicely. The Durabook S15C2 is an upgraded war-machine equipped with a 15.6" LCD (1920x1080), a magnesium alloy case that's 20 times stronger than ABS plastic, and is tested to Mil-Standard 810G for drop and shock resistance. A flexible HDD cable design absorbs shock from drops, while anti-shock mounting technology around the LCD helps protect the screen from accidental damage. Additional protection... Read more...
It surely isn't the prettiest of machines, but what rugged beast of a laptop ever is beautiful? And moreover, if you're buying a laptop that can take a beating, do you really care? GammaTech has made a living from producing high-end, highly-rugged notebooks that can take a beating in the field. The company's newly revised Durabook U12C is equipped with a convertible swivel LCD touch screen that enables rapid switching between notebook and tablet modes. In highly secure environments – from movie sets through special operations stakeouts - the one-click stealth mode operation disables all light... Read more...
Rugged? Check. Relatively sleek? Check. How on Earth can you have both? Just ask GammaTech. It's rare these days to find a rugged, tough notebook that isn't ugly and brutally thick, but GammaTech's new S15C manages to be fairly slim while maintaining a tough physique. It's the newest notebook in the company's Durabook line, and it uses a 15.6" display, stereo speakers and a pair of dual-channel DDR3 memory slots. Jen Chen, GammaTech President, had this to say about the launch: "Just because an individual works away from an office and uses their notebook computer in a harsh environment is no reason... Read more...
There's no shortage of tablet PCs out there these days, but most of them look just like the other. There's not a lot of variety just yet, but that should change as more and more Windows 7-based tablets hit the market in 2011. But GammaTech isn't waiting for that to happen. The company has just issued their latest machine a 12.1" rugged convertible notebook that spends half of its life as a tablet, and the other half as a notebook. It's obviously designed for those who prefer rigidity and toughness over style. It has a 12.1" touch panel, an integrated webcam, HD stereo speakers, up to 8GB of memory... Read more...