Light, Durable Computers Debut

By Robert Williams

Military, government and commercial computer users on the go or in unforgiving industrial settings are the intended customers of a fully ruggedized line of laptop and notebooks that are encased in die cast magnesium alloy or specially designed aluminum cases.

The Armor family, which advertises anywhere connectivity and sunlight readable displays, was developed by DRS Technologies of Parsippany, N.J.

Michael J. Sheehan, company president, says the Armor line draws on DRS experience in assembling units that are able to “survive and deliver optimal performance in extreme environments. Whether it’s a soldier in need of mission critical information in the desert or a utility worker in need of automation in the field…”

The 5.2-pound laptops and notebooks are packed with advanced computing and communications technology and boast MIL-STD-810F durability, the company says.

Topics: Technical Information

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