Gamber-Johnson’s Getac F110 docking station

Electronics | Laptops/tablets | May 06, 2014

Gamber-Johnson Getac F110 Tablet Docking StationGamber-Johnson’s TabCruzer vehicle docking station for the Getac F110 11.6-inch Windows tablet computer has a compact design with a shallow depth for mounting the device closer to the vehicle’s dash. The dock, which accommodates the F110’s magnetic strip reader and hand strap, is designed for rugged mobile environments and to meet shock/vibration and crash test standards.

A push-and-turn lock is engineered for easy docking and undocking, while bottom-facing ports allow cable routing for most mounting applications. The station is built for port replication and optional Tri-Pass antenna pass-through to simultaneously connect GPS, WWAN and WLAN roof-mounted antennas.

Gamber-Johnson, www.gamberjohnson.com

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