Algiz 8: Dedicated to Defend and Protect

Here is a new ruggedized tablet PC: Algiz 8. You may think the name maybe more suitable for a Hungarian pop-star but Algiz 8 is actually more capable. It comes with 802.11 a/b/g support, integrated bluetooth 2.0 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate), and depending on your budget you can also choose to add GPRS/CDMA connectivity.

Algiz 8 features a 1,0 GHz ULV M Processor, 40 GB Hard drive and 512 MB to 1 GB RAM. Microsoft’s Windows XP Professional operating system runs all the applications well known to PC users, including Calendar, E-mail, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

If you are in the market for such a device it is very likely that the amount of time you can spend on the field without interruption is crucial – that’s why battery capacity becomes very important. Algiz 8 made no sacrifices in this area in included a 2-Cell hot swap battery from SAFT with 5800mAh capacity.

Another optional feature is integrated GPS. Why else would it be on Navigadget?

We’re not sure how much such a device will cost but it is very likely that you’re not in one of their target markets. It is designed mostly for security personnel, service technicians, and construction workers… via

5 Responses to “Algiz 8: Dedicated to Defend and Protect”

  1. Gadget News » Algiz intros ruggedized Algiz 8 tablet PC Says:

    […] [Via Navigadget] […]

  2. Algiz intros ruggedized Algiz 8 tablet PC -- - The Gadget Blog Says:

    […] [Via Navigadget] […]

  3. Algiz 8 - Rugged Tablet PC – iTech News Net | Latest Tech News, Gadget News and more... Says:

    […] [RuggedAlgiz] via [Navigadget] […]

  4. Algiz intros ruggedized Algiz 8 tablet PC - Indexing The Web Says:

    […] [Via Navigadget] […]

  5. How to Get Six Pack Fast Says:

    The topic is quite trendy in the net right now. What do you pay the most attention to when choosing what to write ?

Leave a Reply

XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>