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Cedar CP3 Rugged Handheld Computer

Cedar CP3 Rugged Handheld Computer

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The CP3 is an entirely dustproof, waterproof, and shockproof Android device. Its ruggedized design includes an ultra-bright, large display; all-day battery life; and exceptional reliability.

Features

  • Lightweight, rugged handheld with voice and data
  • Ingress Protection: IP68 waterproof & dustproof
  • Shock/Drop: Up to 3' (0.91 m) to concrete
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The Cedar CP3 Rugged Smartphone by Juniper Systems gives users an affordable option for impressive on-the-job durability. With massive upgrades over its predecessor, the CP3 touts increased memory and storage, a lightning-fast processor, global GSM cell, unbeatable battery life, and, of course, the rugged durability for which Juniper Systems is known.

Designed for all-terrain data collection and communication, the Cedar CP3 Rugged Smartphone lets users work hard, without the worry of a broken device. The CP3 meets military standards and receives an IP68 rating, making it entirely dustproof, waterproof, and shockproof. Its ruggedized design includes an ultra-bright, large display; all-day battery life; and exceptional reliability to provide users with the ultimate go-anywhere-do-anything smartphone.

Running Android 7.1.2, the CP3 boasts a rock-solid platform for the wide variety of applications available on the Google Play Store. The operating system paired with a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 653 Octa-core processor gives users impressive speed and power throughout long workdays.

What's Included:
  • (1) CP3 Rugged Android Handheld
  • (1) 100-240 VAC Charger (US)
  • (1) USB Cable
  • (1) Floating Case
  • (1) Screen Protector
  • (1) Quick Start Guide
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Cedar CP3 Rugged Handheld Computer 27880 CP3 rugged handheld computer. Includes Android 7.1.2, 6 GB RAM, 64 GB internal storage, 2-4m GPS, 16 MP front/12 MP dual rear camera, IP68 rating, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi & 4G LTE communications.
$799.00
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What frequency bands/carriers does the 4G use?
The CP3 is only certified for use with AT&T and T-Mobile in the USA. It will not work with Verizon or Sprint.

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