Those working in the rugged environment may check out Acer Enduro rugged lineup of laptops and tablets. Acer Enduro series lineup include laptops and tablets with MIL-810G and up to IP65 certifications.

Designed with first responders, field and manufacturing workers in mind, Enduro series of laptops and tablets further touts a host of security and management services, including Acer Enduro Manageability Suite (AEMS).

All told, there are two Enduro laptops (Enduro N7 and Enduro N3) and a pair of tablets (Enduro T1 and Enduro T5).

Acer Enduro N7

• Constructed with shock-absorbent materials
• MIL-810G and IP65 certified
• 700-nit 14-inch FHD screen
• Dual batteries, hot swappable for up to 10 hours of use
• Quadcore 8th-Gen Intel i5 processor
• Hardware-level Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0
• Price: US$2,599.99

Acer Enduro N3

• Doesn’t even look rugged (and that’s the beauty of this device)
• MIL-STD 810G and IP53 certifications
• Corning Gorilla Glass + water-resistant Aquafan
• Discrete Trusted Platform Module
• Password-protected HDDs
• 13-hour battery life
• 10th-Gen Intel Core i7 processor
• 32 GB DDR4 RAM
• Optional NVIDIA GeForce MX230 discrete GPU
• 1 TB PCIe Gen3 NVMe SSD
• Price: US$1,099.99

Acer Enduro T5

Acer Enduro T5 Rugged Windows Tablet

• 10-inch Windows tablet
• 10-hour swappable battery
• 7th-Gen Intel Core m3 processor
• MIL-STD 810G and IP65 certifications
• Price: US$1,599.99

Acer Enduro T1

Acer Enduro T1 Rugged Windows Tablet

• Available in 8 and 10-inch Windows tablet
• 10-inch model usable as laptop with optional portfolio keyboard
• MIL-STD 810G4 and IP54 certifications
• Intel Celeron processor
• 64 GB eMMC
• Glove-friendly design
• Price: US$349.99 (8-inch model)/US$579.99 (10-inch model)

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Nothing out-of-the-world, really, but man, it is hard to believe that the Enduro N3 is ruggedized. I mean, it looks so non-mil-spec. If you are a pro photographer whose work involves the great outdoor, the N3 might be worthy of your consideration. Also, it is not ridiculously priced given what it has to offer.

Images: Acer.

Published by Mike chua

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