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NOV 2016

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L A P T O P S , TA B L E T S A N D S M A R T P H O N E S 10 LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY NOVEMBER 2016 www.officer.com A detachable laptop is exactly what it sounds like Panasonic's Toughbook 20 combines the features of a laptop and tablet for an increased level of flex- ibility and functionality customers want in a single fully rugged computer. Features include 6th Generation Intel Core vPro processor technology, 128GB SSD, 8GB RAM and choice of Windows 10 Pro or Windows 7 Professional (available through downgrade rights). Besides being used as a traditional laptop, it can be detached and used by itself or flipped 180 degrees to show content in presentation mode. The convertible mode allows users to see the display with the keyboard attached and ready when it is needed. Using the built-in handle, the device can operate in carry mode or hanging on a wall, while vehicle mode provides full functionality and operation of the device when on the move. • Circle 21 on Reader Service Card ★ Officer.com/12169126 Fast and powerful Handheld's Algiz RT7 runs Android 5.1.1 (Lollipop) and provides a wide range of features and exceptional value to mobile workforces. It's fully rugged, meeting strin- gent U.S. military standards for protection against drops, vibrations and extreme tem- peratures. Technology from Qualcomm—an MSM8916 (Snapdragon) chipset and 1.2 GHz quad-core processor—powers the tab- let for superior processing speed, ultra-fast connectivity and long battery life. • Circle 22 on Reader Service Card ★ Officer.com/12169182 Three phones for rough conditions Kyocera Mobile Phone's DuraForce lineup is IP68-certified, meaning each device is dustproof, waterproof and can be submerged in up to 6 feet of water for up to 30 minutes. With a reinforced housing and Military Standard 810G protection against dust, shock, vibration, temperature extremes, blowing rain, low pressure/high altitudes, solar radiation, salt fog, humidity and water immersion, DuraForce can go more places and withstand tough environments and conditions. EPTT capability enables users to quickly and reliably connect with just a push of a button over 4G LTE and Wi-Fi. A large, tactile side button and an extra-loud speaker make push-to-talk calls easy. • Circle 23 on Reader Service Card ★ Officer.com/12178806 The new "tough" Juniper Systems' versatile Windows 10 Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet is IP68- rated, designed to withstand water, dust, impact, and chemicals, and has a wide operating tem- perature range for extreme cold and heat. The Mesa 2 also features all- day battery life, an extra-bright display, and a lightweight, ergonomic form for minimal fatigue. • Circle 24 on Reader Service Card ★ Officer.com/12241023 Parking enforcement Complus Data Innovations Inc. introduced unified enforcement of timed parking. Available on all Complus Android enforcement devices, the new feature allows for the enforcement of timed parking across multiple handheld ticket writers, elimi- nating the need for manual chalking or the use of manual notepads. • Circle 28 on Reader Service Card ★ Officer.com/12256594

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