This docking station features Getac certified electronics with a composite chassis that provides increased durability while maintaining a reduced weight. - Photo: Gamber-Johnson

This docking station features Getac certified electronics with a composite chassis that provides increased durability while maintaining a reduced weight.

Photo: Gamber-Johnson

Gamber-Johnson has announced a docking station for the new Getac F110 Gen 6 tablet computer. This docking station features Getac certified electronics with a composite chassis that provides increased durability while maintaining a reduced weight. Downward-facing I/O ports, integrated cable restraint, and cable management system simplify the installation while preserving cabin space. The docking station also features a pogo pin docking connector to ensure a reliable connection even in the most rugged environments.

All tablet control buttons are accessible while docked, giving full functionality when on-the-go. The docking station accommodates the tablet’s mag strip reader and rotating hand strap, allowing for uninterrupted productivity on the job. This docking station also features a front-facing latch button, making the tablet simple to dock and release with one hand, enabling users to work out of their vehicle efficiently.

The docking station offers optional TRI-RF (SMA) antenna pass-through to improve network connection and a keyed lock to keep your tablet secure. The docking station is compatible with hundreds of Gamber-Johnson motion attachments to ergonomically position the F110 in a police vehicle, on a forklift, or in a field service vehicle.