Dell’s new Latitude 7212 Rugged Tablet is a nearly-indestructible device

Dell today announced their latest fully rugged tablet, the Latitude 7212. The Latitude 7212 is lighter, faster, and more capable than ever with improved battery life, updated processor options and storage upgrades. Dell Latitude 7212 Rugged Extreme Tablet can withstand extreme cold, heat, humidity, corrosive sand or sea water.

Dell Latitude 7212 weighs just over 2.8 lbs. It can be configured with the latest Intel 6th and 7th Generation Core I-series 15 watt processors, up to 16GB of memory and up to 1TB of removable PCI-Express NVMe SSD storage. It comes with an optional dedicated GPS location capabilities and an optional integrated 4GLTE to keep users connected. The 11.6-inch full HD display is multi-touch glove capable and features a Gorilla Glass cover for great durability. Dell claims that Latitude 7212 can deliver up to 19 hours of battery life with dual, hot-swappable batteries. A new kickstand rotates a full 180 degrees for a variety of comfortable viewing angles. It supports both Windows 7 and Windows 10.

“Today’s mobile workforce is not limited to those with desk jobs. Military, public safety, manufacturing, infrastructure, field service, energy and adventure sectors are also increasingly mobile and require a device that they can rely on completely to perform mission critical functions in extreme conditions,” said Shannon MacKay, vice president, Dell Rugged. “The new Latitude 7212 Rugged Extreme Tablet meets and exceeds those needs with a new light-weight form factor, optimized front of screen experience and best-in-class performance. It also delivers on our commitment to our customers’ requests for a stable and long-life cycle ecosystem. The new Rugged Extreme Tablet is a device tested and designed to get work done, no matter how harsh the environmental conditions may be.”

Watch the video below to know more about Dell’s Rugged lineup.

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