Trimble Yuma 7 Rugged Tablet Computers

The Trimble Yuma 7 is a powerful 7 inch, fully rugged Windows 10 tablet with flexible expansion capability designed for mobile field workers.

Features

  • High definition 7-inch sunlight readable touchscreen
  • Optional Barcode, RFID, and GNSS modules are available
  • 4G LTE mobile data, WiFi and Bluetooth for connectivity on the go
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Trimble Yuma 7 Rugged Tablet ComputersYMA7LY-102-00 Yuma 7 rugged tablet computer. Includes Windows 10, 2.5 GHz processor, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD memory, 2-4m GPS, 2 MP front/8 MP rear camera, Bluetooth & Wi-Fi communications.
$2,945.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Trimble Yuma 7 Rugged Tablet Computers YMA7XY-102-00 Yuma 7 rugged tablet computer. Includes Windows 10, 2.5 GHz processor, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD memory, 2-4m GPS, 2 MP front/8 MP rear camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi & 4G LTE communications.
$3,295.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Trimble Yuma 7 Rugged Tablet Computers
YMA7LY-102-00
Yuma 7 rugged tablet computer. Includes Windows 10, 2.5 GHz processor, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD memory, 2-4m GPS, 2 MP front/8 MP rear camera, Bluetooth & Wi-Fi communications.
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$2,945.00
Trimble Yuma 7 Rugged Tablet Computers
YMA7XY-102-00
Yuma 7 rugged tablet computer. Includes Windows 10, 2.5 GHz processor, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD memory, 2-4m GPS, 2 MP front/8 MP rear camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi & 4G LTE communications.
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$3,295.00
The Trimble Yuma 7 is a powerful 7 inch, fully rugged Windows 10 tablet with flexible expansion capability designed for mobile field workers who demand the best from their professional equipment. Built rugged and built to last, Trimble Yuma 7 was born to deliver productivity in the places you need it most.
  • (1) Yuma 7 tablet computer with Windows 10 Pro
  • (1) Battery pair
  • (1) AC Power adapter/charger
  • (1) Stylus and tether
  • (1) Screen Protector
  • (1) Accessory screwdriver
  • (1) Set of documentation
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