Different Tablets for Fire fighters
- Apple iPad Air 2
The iPad Air 2 is a thin 6.1 millimeters, making it the thinnest iPad. And it weighs less than a pound. So it’s even easier to hold in one hand and take with you anywhere. It also features a custom-designed antireflective coating that reduces glare by 56 percent. This makes using it on the fireground clearer and more readable. To ensure your iPad doesn’t break during fireground operations, you can use a Lifeproof case.
The new ASUS Transformer is a 10.1-inch tablet with a 1280 x 800 display, the latest high-performance Intel quad-core processor, and a lightweight optional keyboard dock with USB 2.0. The new interface features over 1,000 upgrades and enhancements over the standard Android operating system.
Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet
The Latitude 12 Rugged tablet is designed to conquer the most extreme conditions. The tablet powers you through a full shift of projects and lets you stay untethered with optional dual hot-swap batteries so you never have to shut down apps while changing out a battery.
etac T800 Rugged Tablet
Getac’s T800 rugged tablet is a 2.1 pound tablet developed for harsh environments. Running on Windows 8.1 Professional, the tablet offers a quad-core Intel N3530 2.16 Ghz processor and can endure drops from 6 feet, as well as shocks, spills, vibration, dust and more. The T800 comes with Getac’s SnapBack add-ons, which allows for the attachment of an extended battery or SmartCard reader, RFID or Magnetic Strip reader functions. The battery can last up to 8 hours on a single charge.
HP 10 Plus
The HP 10 Plus tablet was designed to mobilize business, enhance workflow and improve productivity. The 10 Plus has a 10″ diagonal full HD display, runs on Android 4.4 for a more responsive experience and has a 1.30 GHz quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM. The battery lasts for up to 6 hours. To ruggedize the tablet, you can add a Lifeproof case.