Trimble Kenai Rugged Tablet Computers

The Trimble Kenai tablet is a reliable, rugged, mobile computer designed for ease of use and high performance in the field.


  • Includes Microsoft Windows 10 Professional operating system
  • 10.1” Gorilla Glass sunlight readable full-color display
  • Fully rugged IP65 for dust/water and MIL-STD-810G drop rated
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Trimble Kenai Rugged Tablet ComputersKEN46L-YBS-00 Kenai rugged tablet computer. Includes 1.46 GHz dual-core processor, 4GB DDR3 RAM, 64 GB SSD drive, Bluetooth 4.0 & Wi-Fi a/b/g/n communication, 2-4m GPS, and 8 MP camera.
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Trimble Kenai Rugged Tablet Computers
Kenai rugged tablet computer. Includes 1.46 GHz dual-core processor, 4GB DDR3 RAM, 64 GB SSD drive, Bluetooth 4.0 & Wi-Fi a/b/g/n communication, 2-4m GPS, and 8 MP camera.
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The Trimble Kenai tablet is a reliable, rugged, mobile computer designed for ease of use and high performance in the field. This is the tablet for those mobile workers who need a computer they can count on no matter where the job takes them, or how long they have to stay in the field to get the job done.

Featuring the Microsoft Windows 10 Professional operating system, powered by a 1.46GHz dual-core Intel Atom E3826 processor, the Kenai brings professional-grade computing to the field. The Kenai provides up to 8 GB of DDR3 DRAM for all the memory needed. Mobile workers who require large screens for forms and documents have the advantage with a capacitive multitouch display that is for finger, glove-sensitive, or can be customized for stylus performance. For field mapping, imagery and asset management, the Kenai comes standard with an Integrated GPS Receiver and antenna supporting several ancillary GNSS protocols (L1 GPS, SBAS, GLONASS, BeiDou) providing accuracy in the range of 2-4 meters (6-13 feet). In addition, it supports connecting an external GPS antenna and cable that can be utilized when users are on foot or inside a vehicle. Take photographs and video of business resources and assets in the field to provide clear status visuals, and geotag to provide security as well as business intelligence. Communicate it immediately to management and meet compliance and auditing requirements in an easy, accurate computerized record.

The Kenai brings together a fully-rugged enclosure, and a host of options. Built fully rugged to IP65 standards for dust and water, and the latest MIL-STD-810G standards for drops, shock, vibration, humidity, rain or dusty conditions, Trimble Kenai was created for hard work by hard working professionals, anywhere. With impressive full-color outdoor view-ability even in the brightest sunshine, the 10.1” WUXGA display is under Corning Gorilla Glass and will not be affected by rain. The tablet is also tested against prolonged solar exposure. Designed to last for all-day performance, the Kenai boasts hot-swappable batteries so the tablet can keep going from shift to shift. Lengthen your work day with extended batteries and charge batteries in the field or office.

Fully cloud-capable, the Kenai provides connectivity options including Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 4G LTE GSM WWAN data module capability. Communicate data collected in the field in real-time through secure high speed data transfer, and access and work on the same documents and data as in the office. For security, the Kenai provides a built-in, certified Trusted Processing Module (TPM) encryption module to allow security programming for Wi-Fi and direct connect authentication. The tablet is FIPS compliant for security in a variety of mobile device management applications, and also has a Kensington Security Slot to provide field data safety. The Kenai is designed to be easily connected to the other computer equipment most businesses use. It comes standard with an RS-232 DB 9 Serial Port as well as 2 USB 2.0 connectors. There is also an Office Docking Station for the Kenai that allows connectivity with USB peripherals such as mice, keyboards and HDMI monitors even as it’s charging. A fully rugged vehicle docking station is also available. The Kenai comes with a standard two year warranty that can be extended so business can be assured of ROI through years of performance. The Kenai is everything mobile workers require from a rugged tablet computer in the field – built with Trimble reliability for confidence that it will perform at optimum capability no matter where the workplace may be.

  • (1) Kenai rugged tablet computer
  • (1) Standard battery set
  • (1) International AC charging kit with four adapters
  • (2) Screen protectors
  • (1) Microfiber cloth
  • (1) Capacitive stylus with tether
  • (1) Quick start guide
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