Getac just formalize the X500, the new laptop for use in extreme conditions, both in terms of temperature than humidity.
Specializes in the design of notebooks for military operations, the manufacturer Getac has announced the arrival of its new model, the X500. Always reinforced with a magnesium alloy shell as a resealable bag, the laptop can use a particularly extreme. Its hard drive is indeed well cushioned, waterproof hatches and protect saddled solid particles and other infiltrations. The product also resists extreme temperatures (-20 to 60 degrees).
The X500 has a 15.6 inch screen with a maximum resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. The slab, although brilliant allows a brightness of 1000 nits, thereby allowing full visibility in the external environment, as well as night vision goggles. The touch surface, meanwhile, can now be used with gloves.
Aboard the beast is an Intel Core i7-620M 2.66 GHz which can be powered at 3.33 GHz with turbo boost, or an i5-520M 2.4 GHz (which can be mounted up to 2.93 GHz). It will take a NVIDIA GeForce 330M GT with 512 MB of RAM as an option on the MXM slot, while the memory will peak between 4 and 8 GB DDR3. Level storage, provides Getac hard drive of 320 GB or 160 GB SSD.
Clearly dedicated to military use because of the 6.5 cm thick and weighs 5.3 kg at peak. It will be available from Getac from July 6 with prices ranging from US$4,999 to $6,599, depending on configuration.