Rugged vehicle computers host Intel processors

June 17, 2014 // By Graham Prophet
The VERSO+ 10 computer with quick-install feature combines performance with maximum ruggedness in the industry's smallest form factor.

Swedish company JLT Mobile Computers has introduced the VERSO+ 10 computer with QuickLock, a new class of rugged vehicle terminals. Equipped with an Intel Core i5 processor, the VERSO+ 10 computer suits installations in tight cabins or other small areas.

With a quick-mount feature, QuickLock, the computer can easily be attached and detached in a vehicle. With a 10-in. sunlight-readable XGA display and scratch resistant multi-point touch, the unit is an extension of the heavy-duty JLT VERSO series that also includes 12-in. and 15-in. computers. It survives tough environments such as mining, ports, yard-logistics, freezer storage, forestry, and agriculture.

The computer comes with an Intel Core processor or an Intel dual-core Atom D2550 processor. Built-in features include a 9-36 VDC power supply, a backup battery to ensure uninterrupted operation during power drops, WLAN communication with built-in highly sensitive PIFA antennas, for reliable Wi-Fi connectivity in environments with poor coverage.

New with the VERSO+ 10 computer are Bluetooth PIFA antennas with a resulting reliable communication with low-power hand carried peripherals, and the option of external antennas for both WLAN and Bluetooth for very demanding environments such as ports and other wide areas. The VERSO+ 10 can also be equipped with 3G WWAN communication, and runs Windows 7 Pro or Windows Embedded Standard 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows Embedded 8 Standard operating systems.

Visit JLT Mobile Computers at www.jltmobile.com