The Trimble Yuma rugged tablet computer is a fully functional computer that brings full office capabilities to the field. Features include built-in GPS, Bluetooth, WI-FI, and dual cameras.
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|YUMA-R||Used Yuma rugged tablet computer, yellow. Includes 1.6 GHz processor, 1GB DDR2 RAM, 32 GB SSD memory, Bluetooth & 802.11g communication, GPS, and dual (front & rear) cameras.||
Is this Yuma refurbished? Does it include a warranty?
The equipment is not refurbished; rather, they are used from our rental pool. All used equipment includes a 90-day warranty (through Fondriest Environmental) and ships with a clean version of Windows 7. We also include the recovery CD so that you can re-install the operating system at any point.
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