How strong the computer should be? It depends on the users of course. The Getac B300 rugged laptop is still able to work normally in extreme low temperatures of -29 degree Celsius as standard on all pre-configured sku’s. I don’t know how the field-based operators work with their computer, but I think it’s more than enough for such users. Coming with new processor – Intel Core™ i5 2.5GHz or Core™ i7 2.3GHz, MAX 3.2GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, the Getac B300 rugged notebook offers two display options — a 700 NITs display, and the 1400 NITs touchscreen display.
The B300 is certified to MIL-STD-810G for ruggedness and shock protection and is certified to IP65 rating for protection from water and dust. Additional options for the B300 include the MIL-STD-810F – 509.4 for protection from Salt Fog, MIL-STD-3009 NRA & NRB for Night Vision and every B300 is Mil-STD-461F ready requiring only the purchase of a MIL-STD-461F power supply for electromagnetic interference applications.