Mobile computer: Windows 10 Rugged Tablet

mobile computer Juniper Systems

Utility equipment: Juniper Systems, provider of ultra-rugged field data collection solutions, has just announced the release of its newest handheld product, the Mesa 2™ Rugged Tablet. Featuring the largest display produced by Juniper Systems to date, the Mesa 2 is also Juniper Systems’ first handheld to run on the new Windows 10, allowing for improved decision-making in the field, as well as smooth transitioning from field data collection to office work and back.

With a full Windows 10 operating system, the Mesa 2 provides users with access to an even broader range of software options to meet their data collection needs and is powerful enough to use in place of a desktop computer when in the office. The Mesa 2’s 7-inch display strikes a perfect balance between providing ample viewing area for collected data and reducing overall weight for minimal fatigue and superior, all-day comfort.

The Mesa 2 is designed to perform reliably in harsh environments, and is the only IP68-rated rugged Windows tablet available, providing complete protection against water and dust. It even maintains a seal while its ports are in use, while most other tablets on the market are exposed to damage from water and dust if the port cover is not securely in place. The Mesa 2 also features an extraordinary IllumiView™ display, providing best-in-class visibility in any lighting conditions, and its chemically-strengthened Dragontrail™ glass touch screen provides superior durability, reducing haze from surface scratches and cracks normally caused by accidental impact.

The Mesa 2 battery provides users with a full 8–10 hours of runtime, allowing for maximum productivity throughout the workday. Users may also purchase an optional expansion battery from Juniper Systems that provides an additional 4-5 hours of runtime plus hot swap capabilities for those extra-long days where overtime is required.

“The Mesa 2 is in a new sphere relative to our other ultra-rugged devices,” said Nate Holman, Director of Sales and Marketing at Juniper Systems. “While it features the same degree of outstanding quality and ruggedness as other Juniper products, the Mesa 2 provides users with more software options and greater processing capabilities, due to its full Windows 10 operating system and Intel® quad-core processor. The Mesa 2 is designed to improve productivity along every point of the data collection process, from the initial planning and gathering of data, to the later data analysis, and finally through the decision-making process. It’s a tablet optimized for efficiency, designed to be ‘your office, anywhere.’”

The Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet will begin shipping in the first quarter of 2016.

About Juniper Systems:
Based out of Logan, UT, USA and Birmingham, UK, Juniper Systems designs and manufactures ultra-rugged handheld computers and provides field data collection solutions for use in extreme environments. Since 1993, Juniper Systems has provided innovative mobile technology to natural resources, utilities and public services, geomatics, agriculture, industrial, and military markets.

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