General Dynamics Itronix has recently introduced the GD400 rugged handheld computer. The eight-ounce product is consists of a GPS system, a barcode scanner/imager, a high-resolution camera with flash and a daylight-viewable, water resistant touch-screen screen display.
“By combining robust computing with cell phone-like functionality, the GD400 bridges the communications and computing gap between notebook computers and commercial cell phones,” said Mark Johnston, General Dynamics Itronix director of Strategic Computing Solutions.
Some of the GD400’s key features include eight-hour battery life, 3.7inch color, touch-screen display, 3.2 mega-pixel auto-focus camera flash and digital compass among other features. The handheld computer is designed for mobile professionals.