The Kenai from Trimble is a fully rugged tablet computer that stands apart from it’s competition. Built to IP65 and MIL-STD-810G standards, the Kenai can withstand the rigors of outdoor use. With an impressive 10.1 inch, sunlight readable display the Kenai is ideal for anyone that needs to use a mobile tablet computer in nearly any outdoor work environment..
This Windows® 10 tablet is powered by a hot-swappable battery that allows workers to go beyond your typical consumer tablet to get work done. The battery will last up to 5 hours but can be switched with an extended battery that lasts up to a whopping 10 hours. Docking options include either a vehicle docking station or an office docking station.
The Kenai exceeds most tablets in terms of horsepower. It boasts up to 8GB of DDR3 DRAM and up to a 256GB solid state drive, combined with a dual-core Intel Atom processor clocking in at 1.46GHz, to give workers far more abilities than nearly any consumer tablet on the market. It also comes standard with an integrated GPS receiver and can support an external GPS antenna & cable.
Not only does the Kenai have an impressive amount of power, but it has the features necessary to put that power to use. Wireless connection options include WiFi, Bluetooth and/or 4G LTE WWAN connectivity, a must-have for many. Trimble’s tablet also features an array of ports to ensure compatibility with other devices. In addition to its 2 USB 2.0 ports, the Kenai also contains RS 232 serial ports.
Trimble’s Kenai tablet starts at a list price of $2,399.00 and ranges up to $3,349.00, which makes it price competitive for such a durable tablet. In addition, it also comes with a standard 2 year warranty. The Kenai is definitely a tablet to be reckoned with. It has a lot to offer to the enterprise world that many tablets simply cannot compete with.