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RuggON's new rugged tablet puts cutting-edge tech in the hands of the law

Date: 2016-07-18
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New tablet delivers much better screen clarity in sunlight, advanced fingerprint reading, advanced encryption options, a snap-on MRZ+MSR reader that can read up to three lines of MRZ data.

 

RuggON Corporation, a leader in the design and manufacturing of ruggedized computing products, has launched a groundbreaking new rugged tablet, the RuggON PM-311B.

The RuggON PM-311B delivers much better screen clarity in sunlight (best-in-class 850 nits thanks to optical bonding and an AR/AF sunlight-readability solution). It also offers a snap-on MRZ+MSR reader that can read up to three lines of MRZ (Machine Readable Zone) data, enabling it to capture, identify, process and database-match advanced passport, visa, and ID-card data anywhere the law enforcer is. 

This rugged tablet also offers advanced fingerprint reading (508dpi capacitive fingerprint reader for accurate fingerprinting). Advanced encryption options include an FIPS 140-2 certified encrypted SSD and the customizable option of erasing all SSD data with the press of a button.

Learn more about the capabilities of the RuggON PM-311B here

- Product Profiles/9-1-1magazine.com (via RuggON, 5/24/16)

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