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Yuma Tablet Computer Rental

Yuma Tablet Computer Rental

Description

Rugged Tablet Computer

Features

  • Runs standard Windows software applications
  • Built-in GPS with dual (front & rear) cameras
  • (1) Serial & (2) USB ports for sensor interface
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$60.00
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Details

The Yuma is a fully functional waterproof computer that features built-in GPS, Bluetooth, WI-FI, and dual cameras.
What's Included:
  • (1) Yuma rugged tablet computer with Windows 7 OS
  • (2) Standard batteries
  • (1) Stylus pen
  • (1) Tether for stylus pen
  • (1) Hand strap
  • (1) AC charger
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Yuma Tablet Computer Rental YUMA-D Rental of Trimble Yuma rugged tablet computer, priced per day
$60.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Yuma Tablet Computer Rental YUMA-2D Rental of Trimble Yuma rugged tablet computer, priced per 2-day period
$96.00
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Yuma Tablet Computer Rental YUMA-W Rental of Trimble Yuma rugged tablet computer, priced per week
$168.00
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Yuma Tablet Computer Rental YUMA-2W Rental of Trimble Yuma rugged tablet computer, priced per 2-week period
$252.00
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Yuma Tablet Computer Rental YUMA-M Rental of Trimble Yuma rugged tablet computer, priced per month
$359.00
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Does the tablet come with software installed?
The Yuma Tablet Computer comes with a Windows 7 operating system, Internet Explorer, Trimble Virtual-GPS and GPS-linked picture-viewing software. Any additional software (such as Microsoft Office or GIS mapping) will need to be installed by the user.
What is the GPS accuracy?
The Yuma Tablet integrated GPS is accurate within 2-5 m.
Can I install my own software?
Yes, you can add any software that you need. Do not leave any important files on the tablet, as the hard drive is wiped when the rental period is up.

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