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Rugged Industrial-Grade Tablet Computer features 850 nits display.

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Press Release Summary:

July 10, 2014 - Comprising 7 and 10 in. tablets, customizable RTC-series features displays that are visible amidst ambient brightness from 3,000–7,000 nits. MIL-STD-810G and IP65 compliance enable operation in environments with water, dust, vibration, and shocks. Available with Intel®, NVIDIA®, and TI™ processors, Windows®- or Android-based tablets offer up to 12 hr battery life and come with GPS, accelerometer, e-compass, gyro, magnetometer, ambient light sensor, NFC, and MEMS pressure sensor.

AAEON Technology Inc

5F, No. 135, Lane 235, Pao Chiao Rd.,Hsin-Tien City, Taipei, Taiwan

Original Press Release

AAEON Upgrades Rugged Tablet Computer Line to 850 Nits Brightness

Press release date: July 3, 2014

(Taipei, Taiwan) — AAEON®, a major developer of industrial computing solutions, today announced an upgrade in brightness for their entire RTC-series of industrial-grade tablet computers.

The AAEON RTC-series include both 7-inch and 10-inch ruggedized tablet computers, and is offered with MIL-STD-810G and IP65 compliance for operation in extreme environments with water, dust, vibration, shocks and a wide temperature range.

These rugged tablets are available with various processors such as Intel®, NVIDIA® and TI™ processors based on Windows® or Android to offer high performance with long battery life up to 12 hours for a full day of computing in the field. Car mounts and vehicle chargers are also available for extended battery life. The tablets also feature GPS, accelerometer, e-compass, gyro, magnetometer an ambient light sensor, NFC, and a MEMS pressure sensor. The RTC series can be customized as needed and have a long product life cycle with extended support. For time-to-market support, accessories like smart card readers, barcode scanner, magnetic stripe readers, common access cards and docking station are also available upon requests.

“The upgrade to 850 nits makes the panels of these tablets visible in conditions such as thin high overcast skies and indirect sunlight where the ambient brightness is about 3000 to 7000 nits. This makes the panels suitable for public areas.” said Dr. IJ Lee, Vice Chairman of AAEON. “The RTC series is sealed against contaminants and particulates, which makes it suitable for hazardous applications such as deserts and jungles. They are popular among law enforcement personnel, EMS and public safety workers as they provide ease of operation and speed for critical data to be input and output in emergency field work.”

The AAEON-700C 7” Windows® 8 rugged tablet is also showed at Micrsoft’s keynote at Computex. You could refer the link below, http://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/NewsCenter/Computex-2014-Keynote-with-CVP-Nick-Parker

For moreer information about RTC series, please go to, http://www.aaeon.com/en/c/rugged-mobile-devices/rugged-tablet-computers/

About AAEON
AAEON is a leading manufacturer of advanced industrial and embedded computing platforms. Committed to innovative engineering, AAEON provides integrated solutions, hardware and services for premier OEM/ODMs and system integrators worldwide. Reliable and high quality computing platforms include industrial motherboards and systems, industrial displays, rugged tablets, PC/104 modules, PICMG half-size and full-size boards and COM modules, embedded SBCs, embedded controllers and related accessories. AAEON also offers customized end-to-end services from initial product conceptualization and product development on through to volume manufacturing and after-sales service programs. AAEON is an Associate member of the Intel® Internet of Things Solutions Alliance. www.aaeon.com

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Press Contact
AAEON Technology Inc.
Patty Wu
TEL: +886-2-8919-1234 ext. 1118
Email: pattywu@aaeon.com.tw

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