Handheld launches Nautiz X9 rugged Android PDA

January 23, 2018  - By
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Handheld Group has launched the Nautiz X9, an ultra-rugged enterprise handheld built for fieldwork in challenging outdoor or industrial environments. It can be used as a mobile computer, data collector or field controller, the company said.

The Nautiz X9 offers:

  • A quad-core processor and easy-to-use Android 7 (Nougat) OS.
  • GPS/GLONASS capabilities standard.
  • Optional high-quality, high-speed 2D imager.
  • Dual cameras including 13-megapixel rear-facing with autofocus and flash, and 2-megapixel front-facing.
  • 4G/LTE Android phone functionality.
  • Google GMS for Google Maps navigation and Play Store app access.
  • A sunlight-readable 5-inch capacitive display with multi-touch sensitivity.
  • IP67 ruggedness rating for waterproof, dust-tight performance.

The Nautiz 9 is MIL-STD 810G tested for drops, vibrations, humidity, extreme temperatures and varying altitudes.It has a fast 1.3-GHz processor with 2-GB RAM and 16-GB Flash. The 4800-mAh battery will run for a full shift, even with heavy use.

“Adding the Nautiz X9 to our family of products reflects our commitment to bringing truly rugged field devices to market,” said Johan Hed, Handheld Group director of product management. “The Nautiz X9 also extends our wide Android offerings, which have been in increasingly high demand. GMS certification is an extra feature not always included in enterprise devices, but it has proved to be invaluable for our customers, giving them access to the full suite of Google applications. The reliability and toughness of the Nautiz X9 will bring great value to field users worldwide.”

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Tracy Cozzens has served as managing editor of GPS World magazine since 2006, and also is editor of GPS World’s sister website, Geospatial Solutions. She has worked in government, for non-profits, and in corporate communications, editing a variety of publications for audiences ranging from federal government contractors to teachers.

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