Published On: Wed, Jul 31st, 2019

Durabook Americas launches Durabook Z14I Fully Rugged Laptop

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Durabook Z14I Fully Rugged Laptop : Durabook Americas has introduced a new fully rugged laptop with a starting price of $3,599, that can handle data-intensive tasks at speed in the harshest of environments.

Z14I features a range of built-in customization possibilities, proprietary DynaVue technology, 14-inch Full HD sunlight-readable multi-touch display, and hot-swappable battery technology for non-stop power.

The laptop, which is engineered for the extreme conditions faced by military and field service personnel around the world, also features the latest 8th Generation Intel Core processors and graphics capabilities.

Z14I’s dual-band wireless AC 9260 and Bluetooth V5.0 will enable flawless data synchronization.

The MIL-STD 810G and 461G certified laptop offers multiple configurations and I/O ports options, enabling compatibility with cutting edge systems.

Durabook Z14I Fully Rugged Laptop

Durabook Z14I Fully Rugged Laptop. Photo courtesy of Durabook Americas.

Commenting on the launch of Durabook Z14I Fully Rugged Laptop, Joe Guest – president of Durabook Americas said: “The addition of the Z14I to the Durabook family is an example of our commitment to innovation.

“Proprietary technology, unprecedented I/O port offering and boundless customization options make the Z14I a true purpose-built rugged laptop.”

The full high definition sunlight-readable display of the Durabook Z14I Fully Rugged Laptop features four touch modes: glove, stylus, finger and rain.

Z14I features an aluminum-magnesium alloy chassis with 6-foot drop survivability exceeds performance and rugged standards in the most extreme environments.

It offers several setup options such as an optical disk drive, a second battery or a second SSD storage.

The Durabook Z14I Fully Rugged Laptop is IP65 rated and meets ANSI/ISA standards.

Headquartered in Fremont, California, Durabook Americas is the North American subsidiary of Twinhead International Corporation, a manufacturer of rugged computing solutions, including Durabook brand.

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