Durabook Americas Inc., the global rugged mobile solutions brand owned by Twinhead International Corporation, announced two new vehicle docks and cradles with its partner Precision Mounting Technologies (PMT).
The vehicle docks are designed for the S14I semi-rugged laptop and U11 fully rugged tablet. These new docking solutions are designed for forklifts, logistics, and emergency response vehicles with mobile technology requirements.
The new vehicle docks feature an integrated genuine Durabook circuit board, durable aluminum construction, VESA 75 mounting studs, and integrated cable management bracket. Docking systems are key lockable for theft deterrence and are ergonomically designed for safety and usability. Every PMT dock designed for Durabook comes with a three-year limited warranty.
The durable aluminum construction houses multiple I/O ports for connectivity including RJ45, USB 3.0, USB 2.0, DP port, HDMI, VGA, RS-232 as well as mic and headphone jacks.
"PMT continues to be a valuable partner for Durabook Americas. Quality craftsmanship, precision, and their commitment to standing behind their products with a 3-year warranty is why Durabook selected PMT, subsidiary of Gamber-Johnson. The expansion of our product offering with PMT is evidence of our commitment to purpose-built technology solutions within the state and local market," said Tom Wang, President of Durabook Americas.
The Durabook S14I features 8th Generation Intel CPUs and class-leading drop spec/IP ratings, pushing semi-rugged devices to a whole new level. The S14I is engineered to combine military-grade durability, field-worker functionality, desktop performance, and long battery life for non-stop use. For workers in today's challenging and varied working environments, the S14I is in a class of its own.
Choosing between mutually exclusive I/O interfaces and devices is a thing of the past. The Durabook U11 tablet has it all. Within its extremely compact and rugged exterior, the U11 packs an unprecedented number of productivity features and generous space for further expansion.
Originally posted on Work Truck Online