Durabook announced updates to its R11 fully rugged tablet, achieving a first with its 11.6" fully rugged tablet featuring the latest 12th Gen Intel processor and architectural innovations to elevate the user experience.
The Durabook R11 is the first 11.6" fully rugged tablet equipped with 12th Gen Intel processor, according to the company's news release.
"Durabook designs devices to meet the demanding needs of field service workers who rely on rugged technology to streamline workflows and improve productivity in even the harshest environments," said Twinhead CEO Fred Kao. "The updated R11 employs the latest technology to meet the ever-changing needs of workforces operating in some of the most demanding sectors, including warehouse, field service, law enforcement, and logistics."
The R11 now comes equipped with Intel Core i7 and i5 processors. At the same time, its CPU has been upgraded to the latest Intel 12th generation Alder Lake platform, making it up to 300% faster than previous models with 8th Gen CPU. In addition, the R11 is delivered with Intel Iris Xe Graphics, boosting computing power to process large amounts of data, images, and video feeds in real-time.
This model is MIL-STD-810H certified and has an IP66 rating, which means it can withstand excessive dust and water exposure, low and high temperatures, shocks, vibrations, and drops of up to four feet. It also boasts a battery life of up to 14 hours.
R11 also features an 11.6" FHD (1920 x 1080) 10-point capacitive multi-touch display with Durabook's proprietary DynaVue technology and up to 1,000 nits brightness. It also offers four advanced touch modes - glove, stylus, water, and finger - optimizing the device's use for both indoor and outdoor applications and improving accuracy in every environment.
The new updated R11 starts at $1,849 and is available for purchase now.