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Dell Technologies debuts rugged tablet for extreme conditions


January 8, 2020
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION

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Dell-Latitude7220EX

Dell Technologies has announced its Latitude 7720EX Rugged Extreme Tablet, a durable and modernized tablet for engineers and field workers.

The tablet has ATEX and IECEx certifications to meet EU and international standards, and can be used in potentially explosive environments in the oil and gas, chemicals, manufacturing and energy sectors.

Dell customers in North America and Canada can expect to see Class 1, div 2 certifications on the existing Dell Latitude 7220 Rugged Extreme tablet in the coming months. With these additional ATEX and IECEx certifications, the Latitude 7220EX Rugged Extreme tablet will make it easier for customers to procure and deploy one platform across various regions.

The Latitude 7220EX Rugged Extreme is a 11.6-inch rugged tablet features a bright, 1,000-nit screen, which increases direct sunlight viewability, and also offers glove-touch capacity. To balance the security of the device with user accessibility, the tablet features a built-in infrared camera with “Windows Hello” facial recognition and an optional next-generation fingerprint reader.