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Getac Amps Up Industry with Powerful Semi-Rugged Laptop Featuring Sustainable Design

IRVINE, Calif. , September 26 /Businesswire/ - Getac announced today the launch of its next-generation S410 semi-rugged laptop delivering powerful processing and graphics performance in a sustainable new design, without compromising on rugged reliability. The result is an incredibly versatile device that improves efficiency in the field while giving peace of mind to users in work environments where accidental knocks, bumps and drops can frequently occur.

Exceptional processing power

The next generation S410 is the first Getac device to feature an Intel® CoreTM 13th generation i5/i7 processor as standard, delivering blistering computing performance and rapid responsiveness to users. Integrated Intel® Iris® Xe graphics ensure a rich visual experience, while an optional dedicated GPS chip offers significantly improved location accuracy compared to previous generations. When it comes to connectivity, the next generation S410 includes Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.3 as standard, with optional 4G LTE and/or 5G Sub-6 with integrated GPS, keeping users connected in even remote locations.

Class-leading configurable options for diverse user scenarios

Many Getac customers have very specific needs when it comes to their technology, which is why the next generation S410 can be fully configured to match different user scenarios. This includes up to three hot swappable batteries for those requiring exceptional battery life between charges, as well as numerous options in the media bay, from NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 discrete graphic controller, a 1D/2D barcode reader, DVD or Blu-ray drive, to a second SSD storage device or additional battery2. A wide range of compatible accessories and secure carrying/docking options enhance functionality even further, for improved productivity in the field.

New sustainable design, same rugged reliability

The next generation S410 is the most eco-friendly device that Getac has manufactured to date, with over 30 percent of the chassis made from post-consumer recycled (PCR) materials. This new design approach reduces both carbon emissions and e-waste during the manufacturing process, helping to promote a more environmentally responsible future.

Despite this change in chassis design, there has been no compromise on rugged reliability. Just like its popular predecessor, the next generation S410 is both MIL-STD-810H certified and IP53 certified, as well as vibration and drop resistant up to three feet, protecting against accidental damage in challenging work environments.

Superior display and enhanced security

Functionality is at the heart of the next generation S410. Its superb 14” screen with Getac sunlight-readable technology ensures excellent visibility (1,000 nits) in both internal and external environments, while multi-touch modes support various use cases, meaning tasks can be completed quickly and efficiently.

Enhanced security features also help keep sensitive user data protected. These include TPM2.0 and Intel® vPro® technology, user replaceable PCIe NVMe SSD storage, and multi-factor authentication options such as Windows Hello Webcam, HF RFID reader, smart card reader and fingerprint reader.

“The next generation S410 is a powerful, yet versatile, device that excels in a hugely diverse range of industrial scenarios and enterprise work environments,” said Mike McMahon, President of Getac North America. “Not only does it deliver outstanding processing performance, but its eco-friendly new chassis reflects Getac’s sustainable design philosophy, which promotes and encourages a better world where all prosper.”

The new S410 will be available to order in December. For more information, please visit the Getac website.

  1. Status updated as of September 26, 2023.
  2. All configurable options in the S410 media bay are mutually exclusive

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About Getac

Getac Technology Corporation is a global leader in rugged mobile technology and intelligent video solutions, including laptops, tablets, software, body-worn cameras, in-car video systems, digital evidence management and enterprise video analytics solutions. Getac’s solutions and services are designed to enable extraordinary experiences for frontline workers in challenging environments. Today, Getac serves customers in over 100 countries spanning defense, public safety, ambulance, fire & rescue, utilities, automotive, natural resources, manufacturing, transport, and logistics. For more information, visit: Participate in the Getac Industry blog or follow the company on LinkedIn and YouTube.

Getac and Getac logo are trademarks of Getac Holdings Corporation or its affiliates. Other brands or trademarks are the property of their respective owners. ©2023 Getac Technology Corporation.

STORY TAGS: Product/Service, California, United States, North America, Software, Sustainability, Environment, Audio/Video, Hardware, Consumer Electronics, Technology, Mobile/Wireless,


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