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Cedar CT7G Rugged Tablet Computer

Cedar CT7G Rugged Tablet Computer

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The CT7G is a lightweight, rugged, and waterproof Android tablet built for a variety of field applications.

Features

  • 13 MP rear facing camera & 2 MP front facing camera
  • IP68 waterproof and dustproof
  • Drop-tested to 3' onto concrete
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Now running Android 6.0 with a speedy new processor, the CT7G Rugged Tablet is ready to ramp up your data collection process in tough environments. It’s got the outdoor visibility you need on a large, 7-inch display, a battery with enough juice to run all day long, and the ruggedness required to perform reliably in any environment. Not only that, but the CT7G also provides the versatility to choose from thousands of business-ready apps on the Google Play Store. All of this and more, at an affordable price that makes the CT7G an easy choice. So put down that fragile smartphone, pick up the CT7G, and get out there.

What's Included:
  • (1) CT7G Rugged Android Tablet
  • (1) 100-240VAC Charger (US)
  • (1) USB Cable
  • (1) Set of Headphones
  • (1) Hand Strap
  • (1) Screen Protector
  • (1) Quick Start Guide
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Cedar CT7G Rugged Tablet Computer 26500 CT7G rugged tablet computer. Includes Android 6.0, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB internal storage, 2-4m GPS, 2 MP front/13 MP rear camera, IP68 rating, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi & 4G LTE communications.
$899.00
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