Laptop with end user support

Itronix and MicroHit Technologies have brought a nearly indestructible laptop to Hall 9. The GoBook MAX is a ruggerdised wireless communications systems, which exceeds military specifications for resistance to drops, water, dust and vibrations.

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By  Neil Denslow Published  October 20, 2003

Itronix and MicroHit Technologies have brought a nearly indestructible laptop to Hall 9. The GoBook MAX is a ruggerdised wireless communications systems, which exceeds military specifications for resistance to drops, water, dust and vibrations. Indeed, a unit can be dropped from three feet onto concrete up to 54 times without sustaining any damage.

The unit greatly enhances wireless workers in locations like airports or oil & gas installations, as their PCs won't fail them even in the most extreme conditions. By contrast, with traditional laptops, “all it takes is one drop and then the workers are cut off,” notes Freddy Goeringer, Middle East development manager, Itronix.

While the GoBook MAX is the focuspoint for Itronix’s range, the company is keen to stress that it works alongside customers to develop solutions that meet their requirements. “Everything from the docking station upwards is derived from the end users’ needs,” says Goeringer.

Microhit Technologies is also showcasing its wider range of paging and wireless communications solutions.

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