4 - 6 October 2022 | Antwerp expo

4 - 6 October 2022 | Antwerp expo

Getac-ZX70

Description​

Getac-ZX70

Compact and powerful, the ZX70 7” fully rugged Android tablet is just the right size. With a thin and light, ergonomic design that’s easy to hold in one hand, it’s the ideal solution for improved mobile productivity. The ZX70 provides the best battery runtime performance for mission-critical field operations in its class. Rugged to the core, the ZX70’s design is optimised for a wide variety of configurable features and no-compromise ruggedness.

The ZX70 is powered by the Android 6.0 operating system. It’s familiar interface makes the tablet easy to use while also providing access to millions of existing apps on the Google Play store.

Responding effortlessly to your every touch, our revolutionary LumiBond 2.0 touchscreen technology bonds the display glass with the touch panel and LCD, creating a single panel that is more durable and readable, and offers better contrast and more crisp colours than any other rugged display. It features two advanced touch modes, touch/rain, glove or pen mode, and the included hard-tip stylus enables you to capture signatures and take more precise notes on drawings, maps or forms.

The ZX70 provides the best battery runtime performance in its class for mission-critical field operations. A high-capacity main battery delivers the power to move freely into the field and away from power outlets.

Only Getac manufactures rugged tablets down to the chassis. The ZX70 was engineered to survive drops, shocks, rain, vibration, dust, liquid and more. IP67 certified, the ZX70 can be submersed in 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes. It is certified to a MIL-STD 810G six foot drop rating.

Extreme temperatures: Being able to work in any environment is critical, even freezing cold conditions. The Z710 rugged tablet can be operated in temperatures from -21°C to 60°C.
Certified for hazardous locations, the ZX70 fully rugged tablet offers optional ATEX and IECEx Zone 2/22 certification for use in potentially explosive atmospheres.*