GETAC Introduces Rugged Smartphone with Altimeter and E-compass

Written on Tuesday, March 03, 2009 by @nadiarizqi

GETAC announced the latest addition of its rugged mobile computing products. The GETAC PS535F handheld is the company?s next generation, fully rugged GPS-enabled PDA featuring a built-in 3 megapixel auto-focus camera, altimeter and E-compass. These new features will enable field-based employees to capture field data on-site and transmit that data back to headquarters in real-time.

In addition to its GPS system, the product?s built-in altimeter and E-compass provide advanced navigation features such as fixed positioning of longitude, latitude and altitude, as well as the ability to provide directional relations between the targeted subject and the user?s position. The PS535F also features comprehensive wireless connectivity options, including integrated Bluetooth V2.0 and 802.11b/g WiFi. Users can connect the PS535F to a GIS server and instantly transmit or process data in the field using a GETAC Bluetooth modem or mobile phone.

The GETAC PS535F features Windows Mobile 6.1 software for quick access to email, the Internet, texting and other means of mobile communications. Weighing a mere 10.7 ounces, the device can operate at full capacity for up to 8-hours on a fully-charged battery and is MIL-STD 810F compliant and IP54 certified to operate without failure under the most extreme weather conditions, environments and everyday abuse associated with its user base.

Getac PS535F Main Features

* 3.5? VGA Touch Screen Display
* 533MHz Samsung 2450 processor
* Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1
* 128Mb onboard MDDR
* 2GB onboard NAND Flash Storage ROM
* MIL-STD 810F and IP54 compliant
* Embedded GPS Receiver
* 3.0 Megapixel On-Board Camera
* Altimeter and E-Compass
* Integrated Bluetooth V2.0 and 802.11b/g capability
* Sunlight Readable Display solution (optional)
* 8 Hour Battery Life
* Dimensions: 5.7" x 3.2" x 1.2"
* Weight: 10.6 oz

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