I’m suffering sticky key syndrome after spilling a glass of the red stuff over my keyboard. I came across this little beauty by way of The Inquisitr. Would make a fine replacement lappy and very useful for the field. I want!
Some specs for the General Dynamics Itronix GD6000 from their website…
# FULLY-RUGGED NOTEBOOK RELIABILITY — This vehicle-rugged notebook meets the fully-rugged MIL-STD 810F standards for temperature range, vibration resistance, dust ingress protection and humidity. It can also survive punishing 30” drops and comes standard with a spill-resistant keyboard (with a published 400 ml 10-minute soak spill test ) and a shock mounted display.
# ULTRA-VIEWABLE TOUCHSCREEN DISPLAY with DYNAVUE® — The GD6000 has the industry’s best 13.3” outdoor viewable touchscreen display featuring our award winning, innovative DynaVue® touchscreen display technology that dramatically increases outdoor viewability in all ambient conditions including direct sunlight.
# POWERFUL PERFORMANCE TO MEET TODAY’S PROCESSING INTENSIVE NEEDS — The GD6000 with the latest Intel® 2.53 GHz T9400 Core™2 Duo processor, an 1066 MHz Front Side Bus, 6MB L2 cache, up to 4GB DDR3 memory and the Intel GM45 Express Chipset is designed to keep field-deployed, mission-critical workers productive and online throughout your deployment life cycle.
# ULTIMATE IN WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY — With up to four integrated wireless devices—WI-FI (“WLAN”), Cellular Data (“WWAN”), Embedded GPS, and Bluetooth in the same device the GD6000 is designed to provide highly reliable connectivity across the spectrum of wireless networks; optimized for expansive radio frequency coverage, it features internal antennas, a magnesium case for RF shielding, and extensive RF noise filtering.
# GD6000 NotebookERGONOMIC — Designed to be the easiest vehicle notebook to carry and use; the GD6000 with its fresh industrial ergonomic design is the thinnest and lightest in its class with this level of durability. Adjustable front keyboard lighting and an optional white keyboard provide efficiency and security for working at night.
Doesn’t mention if the spill test was rioja though.