Juniper Allegro 2 Rugged Handheld Computers

The Allegro 2 serves as a multi-purpose portable computer in the most demanding outdoor and industrial environments.

Features

  • Full numeric + QWERTY keyboard for rapid data entry
  • Intelligent Li-Ion battery runs 20+ hours between charges
  • Integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth with optional GSM modem
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Juniper Allegro 2 Rugged Handheld ComputersAG2A-S Allegro 2 rugged handheld computer. Includes 1.0 GHz processor, 512 MB RAM, 8 GB Flash memory, Bluetooth & Wi-Fi communications.
$2,699.00
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Juniper Allegro 2 Rugged Handheld Computers AG2A-G Allegro 2 Geo rugged handheld computer. Includes 1.0 GHz processor, 512 MB RAM, 8 GB Flash memory, 2-5m GPS, 5 MP camera, Bluetooth & Wi-Fi communications.
$2,999.00
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Juniper Allegro 2 Rugged Handheld Computers AG2A-GC Allegro 2 Geo Cell rugged handheld computer. Includes 1.0 GHz processor, 512 MB RAM, 8 GB Flash memory, 2-5m GPS, 5 MP camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi & GSM communications.
$3,399.00
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Juniper A2 Ethernet Docks 24199 A2 Ethernet single dock
$299.00
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Juniper A2 Ethernet Docks 24198 A2 Ethernet multi dock
$1,099.00
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Juniper 12VDC Vehicle Charger Cable 12517 12VDC vehicle charger cable, 6 ft.
$19.00
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Juniper Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery 27574 Rechargeable Li-Ion battery, 12000mAh
$140.00
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Juniper AC Wall Charger 24076 AC wall charger with international plug kit
$59.00
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Juniper 8GB MicroSDHC Memory Card 26792 8GB MicroSDHC industrial-grade memory card
$42.00
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Juniper Micro USB Client Sync Cable 23976 Micro USB client sync cable, 6 ft.
$19.00
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Juniper 9-Pin Serial Cable 12446 9-pin serial cable
$19.00
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Juniper Capacitive Stylus & Tether 24641 Capacitive stylus & tether, pack of 3
$19.00
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Juniper Handheld Holster Carrying Case 12867 Handheld holster carrying case, orange
$65.00
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Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers 28354 Geode GNS2 GPS sub-meter receiver, 1Hz data output
$1,599.00
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Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers 28355 Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver, 1Hz data output
$1,999.00
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Juniper Geode Sub-Meter GPS Receivers 28357 Geode GNS2 multi-GNSS sub-meter receiver with 9-pin serial port, 1Hz data output
$2,150.00
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The Allegro 2 maintains Juniper Systems’ reputation for reliability while offering new features and advancements to make data collection easier than ever. With a newly-designed QWERTY + numeric keyboard, the Allegro 2 features large, glove-friendly buttons, allowing for faster, non-visual data entry. It’s had a massive upgrade in battery power, display visibility, touchscreen, connectivity, and more.

The new Allegro 2 features Overtime Technology battery, for long-lasting power and high performance in cold temps. The new touchscreen consists of ultra scratch-resistant, capacitive technology for crystal-clear imagery and heightened responsiveness to touch. A new Sun-to-Shade high-visibility display is easy to view in both glaring sunlight and shady conditions. All of this, plus a new camera & video, enhanced Bluetooth & Wi-Fi, and options for integrated GNSS & 3.75G cell modem make the Allegro 2 truly the top choice for high-intensity data collection.

Designed for the data-intensive, the Allegro 2 was engineered to endure consistently heavy use, day in and day out, in all kinds of environments. The Allegro 2 carries an IP68 rating, meaning it’s completely sealed against dust and water. It’s also tested to military standards (MIL-STD-810G) for water, humidity, sand and dust, vibration, altitude, shock, and temperature.

  • (1) Allegro 2 Computer
  • (1) 10600mAh Lithium-Ion Battery
  • (1) AC Wall Charger with International Plug Kit
  • (1) Micro USB Client Sync Cable
  • (1) Quick Start Guide
  • (1) Adjustable Hand Strap
  • (1) Stylus with Tether
  • (1) Screwdriver
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