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Nowadays, mobile computing technology has become a must-have asset in ensuring speedy and accurate data capture and communications operations in the field. The smaller type of handheld device is of course highly effective in managing a variety of tasks. However, when it comes to viewing more detailed visuals such as maps and diagrams, a mobile device with a larger screen display can be a particularly attractive option. And when such a device comes complete with a combination of additional features, all geared to making everyday processes more manageable and efficient, the value proposition becomes even more convincing.

The brand new Algiz 7 tablet PC from Handheld fits all these criteria and more. It’s not only compact, light and fast, with multiple connectivity options and impressively wide-ranging functionality, it also features a conveniently large 7-inch wide touch screen, together with Handheld’s new MaxView touch-screen technology. This technology provides an impressive level of brightness in outdoor conditions so you can view your work even in direct sunlight.

And to ensure the device is more than capable of enduring the rigours of field-service usage, the Algiz 7 is also highly ruggedised. In fact, it’s IP65 rated and comfortably meets the stringent MIL-STD 810G military standards for withstanding humidity, vibration, drops, dust, water and extreme temperatures. So, this winning combination of ruggedness and portability makes the Algiz 7 an ideal choice for industries as diverse as logistics, law enforcement, GIS mapping, military and many others. And, despite its tough construction, it still weighs in at just under 1.1 kilos – making it one of the lightest 7-inch tablets on the market.

The Algiz 7 runs on the proven and popular Microsoft Windows 7 Professional operating system, meaning you’ll be able to work in all the top PC applications, in the office and out in the field. It has a powerful Intel Atom 1.6 gigahertz processor with at 64 gigabyte solid-state hard drive and 2 gigabytes of DDR2 RAM. This tablet also comes with built-in GPS navigation functionality as standard. And when it comes to communicating with other devices the Algiz 7 gives you a wide range of options – use Bluetooth for short-range wireless connection to other equipment, or 802.11 Wireless LAN if you have a local network you’d like to sync with.

The Algiz 7 is ready for Gobi 2000 technology – which means you’ll be able to work on your choice of wireless frequency for Internet access anywhere in the world. To provide high-speed GSM, UMTS/CDMA and EVDO data transmission, the 3G antenna and modem is already integrated. And with a hot-swappable 2600 mAh dual battery pack, you can change batteries without the need for shut-down. So, if you’re looking for a mobile computer solution for your all your field service mobile computing requirements, the qualities of the brand new Algiz 7 tablet PC are really compelling: lightweight yet ultra rugged and powerful, with massive safe storage, a best-in-class touch screen, multi-connectivity options and an impressive array of cutting-edge fully integrated features. It’s even very affordably priced. We believe this latest offering from Handheld is certainly worth a closer look.

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Date: 18th May 10

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