Handheld GD2000 notebook is for harsh working conditions

Sunrise, Fla.—General Dynamics Itronix introduces the new, fully rugged, pocket-sized GD2000. About the size of two stacked paperback books, the GD2000 provides the ultra-mobility of a handheld computer with the powerful performance of a full-sized notebook. A very good combination of size, weight and power, the GD2000 weighs just over two pounds and is equipped with the Intel Ultra Low Voltage Core Solo processor, highly sensitive global positioning system (GPS) and a 5.6-inch daylight-viewable DynaVue touch-screen display.  

Designed for the most extreme work environments, the fully rugged GD2000 delivers mission-critical wireless, full-power computing.

 Key features of the GD2000 include:

•    Battery-conserving, sunlight-viewable DynaVue touch screen display delivers crisp, clear images of maps and videos in full sunlight,
•    New zoom-in/zoom-out keyboard button lets users quickly and accurately adjust map and image views,
•    Integrated hard drive slot enables users to easily swap hard drives without tools,
•    ‘On the fly’ Lithium-ion battery changes improve user productivity, and
•    Updated Trusted Platform Module security chip and user authentication software protect the GD2000 from unauthorized access.

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