Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme, tablet with extra resistance

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On more than one occasion we have been able to discover new smartphones that stand out for their robust structure and much more resistance than the market average. Nevertheless, Rarely do these types of creations extend to the genre of tablets and for this reason the launch of the model surprises Dell latitude 7230 Rugged extreme.

Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme is the new mobile device from the famous technology manufacturer that seeks to comply with extreme environments or where care cannot be emphasized during use, whether healthcare professionals and other emergency medical assistance workers or military personnel and government bodies (some years ago he tried something similar but with a laptop).

Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme Features

Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme

Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme arrives with multiple accessories

As expected, although its considerable size and thickness do not make it the most comfortable equipment to handle on a daily basis, the manufacturer has managed to pass various durability certifications, including impact tests for Withstand bumps and drops, as well as temperature tests to withstand the harshest outdoor conditions.

Despite all the above, Dell indicates that this tablet is the lightest on the market compared to models with a 12-inch screen (total weight of 1.27 kilograms).while its panel includes a 16:10 aspect ratio, maximum brightness of 1200 nits for use in sunlight without problems and touch capability that supports use with gloves.

Among other specifications of Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme must indicate a battery that promises around 20 hours of use on a single charge, Wi-Fi 6E connectivity with dual broadband support and simultaneous synchronization with GPS and WWAN networks for more efficient data transfer. For its components, no lack of performance power from an Intel Core i7 processor accompanied by an Intel Iris X GPU.

Finally, in terms of security there is the presence of Dell TPM 2.0 ControlVault technologyan infrared camera for Microsoft Windows Hello facial recognition, and optional features such as a fingerprint reader, a removable SSD card, and contact and contactless “Smartcard” readers.

Those interested in this tablet will also have a series of additional accessories available for sale ranging from a detachable physical keyboard, active pen, swivel hand and shoulder strap, magnetic mount for placing the device on a metal surface, and even a reversible handle for easier carrying.

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