Trimble’s new Nomad 900 series features five-megapixel camera, enhanced GPS and Wi-Fi

By on November 29, 2010

Trimble has released the next generation of its Nomad outdoor rugged handheld computer. The Trimble Nomad 900 series adds a new five-megapixel digital camera with autofocus, flash, enhanced GPS performance, and Wi-Fi capabilities.

The 900 series’ impressive set of new features, along with its unmatched ultra-rugged design and mobile computing power, make it ideal for a wide range of field uses.

Low-light and night images are crisp and bright with the 900 series’ improved camera and flash.

And with an enhanced GPS antenna design, the 900 series offers superior Time-to-First-Fix performance and reception in difficult conditions. Also, the Trimble Nomad 900 series features improved Wi-Fi, providing enhanced connectivity and security. The new units ship with the Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system, featuring a redesigned user interface, enhanced security, simpler e-mail and Bluetooth setup, and more.

All TDS Nomad 900 series models include 512MB to 2GB non-volatile Flash storage. Additionally, CompactFlash and Secure Digital card slots make expanding memory easy. Camera models come with a 4 GB SD card included.

To learn more about this Trimble handheld, use the product links to the right. Or contact a Fondriest Environmental product specialist at 888.426.2151 or

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