Cedar CT8X2 Rugged Tablet Computer

Designed for all-day use in any environment, the CT8X2 offers impressive processing power running on an Android 10 operating system.

Features

  • Water and dust resistant
  • Impressive processing power
  • All day battery life
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ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
Cedar CT8X2 Rugged Tablet Computer29950 CT8X2 rugged tablet computer. Includes Android 10, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB internal storage, 1-5m GPS, dual front/rear camera, IP67 rating, Wi-Fi & 4G LTE communications.
$999.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Cedar CT8X2 Rugged Tablet Computer
29950
CT8X2 rugged tablet computer. Includes Android 10, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB internal storage, 1-5m GPS, dual front/rear camera, IP67 rating, Wi-Fi & 4G LTE communications.
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$999.00
ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers 28354 Geode GNS2 GPS sub-meter receiver, 1Hz data output
$1,632.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers 28355 Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver, 1Hz data output
$2,032.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers 28357 Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver with 9-pin serial port, 1Hz data output
$2,183.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers 28356 Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver, 10Hz data output
$2,433.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers 28358 Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver with 9-pin serial port, 10Hz data output
$2,583.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Geode GNS2 GPS sub-meter receiver, 1Hz data output
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$1,632.00
Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers
28355
Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver, 1Hz data output
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$2,032.00
Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers
28357
Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver with 9-pin serial port, 1Hz data output
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$2,183.00
Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers
28356
Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver, 10Hz data output
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$2,433.00
Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers
28358
Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver with 9-pin serial port, 10Hz data output
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$2,583.00

Processing Power
As the most powerful Cedar tablet to date, the CT8X2 is equipped with a lightning fast processor to provide impressive speed, display performance, image quality, and more.

Versatility of Android
Running Android 10, the CT8X2 utilizes Google Mobile Services (GMS) to access and run a variety of applications available on the Google Play Store.

GNSS Capabilities
Built to utilize the powerful u-blox M8 GNSS chip, the CT8X2 provides accurate GPS positioning for geo-located data collection. While consumer tablets produce accuracy within 3-10 meters, the CT8X2 produces accuracy up to 1 meter in open sky and 5 meters under dense tree canopy. Need higher accuracy? Pair the CT8X2 with the affordable Geode Sub-meter GPS Receiver.

Battery Life
The swappable lithium-ion battery packed in the CT8X2 provides 8 hours of continuous battery life, ensuring a productive workday doesn’t end due to a dead battery. Need even more battery life? The battery can be swapped out for another 8 hours of battery life.

Sleek and Rugged Design
Providing a step up in durability from consumer tablets, the CT8X2 is rated IP67 – making it resistant to water and dust. While the CT8X2 is rugged to its core, the lightweight exterior maintains a sleek design. The CT8X2 was built for use in extreme environments, with the ability to operate in temperatures ranging from -4 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit (-20 C to 60 C). A screen layered with Gorilla Glass makes multiple 1-meter drops to concrete no sweat.

Affordability
The CT8X2 offers added durability at a budget-friendly price when a consumer device just won’t cut it. Need to equip a large crew with devices? Quantity-based discount pricing is also available.

Optional Reader Attachments
The pins on the back of the CT8X2 allow for quick attachment of a 1D/2D barcode scanner or RFID reader on the job.

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