Sunday, 13 September 2009

Stealth NW-2000 Rugged Laptop Computer 13.3-in Touchscreen, MIL-STD-810F, Shock and Vibration Compliance

Computers made for harsh environments have left the military arena and
are headed into the mainstream. Places that aren't typically friendly to
laptops like construction zones and chemical plants have high-tech
needs, too, and a growing number of companies are attempting to fill
this need. The latest product offering from Stealth Computers, the
Stealth NW-2000, is one badass portable computer with looks that will
dare you to try and hurt it.

The latest notebook from Stealth, the NW-2000, is an ultra-rugged hybrid
laptop/tablet based around Intel's 1.06GHz Core 2 Duo. Just one look at
this thing and you'll feel more like a man. It is practically built like
a tank. It features a 13.3-inch sunlight viewable resistive touchscreen
and MIL-STD-810F, shock vibration compliance. I have always been one
to baby my electronics, but this one might need to be tossed off the
table just for good measure.

The Stealth NW-2000 also sports a respectable 2GB of RAM (upgradeable to
4GB), a 160GB shock-mounted hard-drive or optional SSD, and a
spill-resistant keyboard. According to the manufacturer, the Stealth
NW-2000 can handle a drop from 91cm (that's about three feet) onto a
wood-covered concrete surface 26 times in a row and still function.
Yeah, I know what you're thinking. Sounds too good to be true. Also
makes one wonder what their replacement policy is.

The Stealth NW-2000 is one tough cookie. It looks great and you would
probably be hard pressed to find one that can put up with more. Not only
can you beat the hell out of it and spill your coffee on its keyboard,
but it's pretty full-featured as well. You also get standard WiFi a/g/n,
Bluetooth, gigabit ethernet and GPS, with optional HSDPA, a DVD burner,
PC card slot, fingerprint scanner and TPM security module. The Stealth
NW-2000 is available to order now for $4,895 at www.stealthcomputer.com.

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