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Juniper releases Mesa rugged tablet

by on12 February 2020

For Android

Juniper Systems has released its new Mesa 3 Rugged Tablet running on Android with Google Mobile Services.

Last month, Juniper Systems announced the launch of the new Mesa 3 Rugged Tablet running on Windows and now both are available and shipping worldwide.

Jeff Delatore, Mesa product manager said: “The Mesa 3 running Android is not only a great Android tablet but is also one of the most rugged Android tablets. We’re pleased to offer customers many choices in our rugged product family.”

Running on Android 9.0, the Mesa 3 gives users access to the Google Play store where people can obtain and run the data collection, mapping, and productivity applications they require to be successful.

The Mesa 3 running Android uses a Qualcomm  Kryo 260 octa-core processor which is backed by 6GB of system memory (RAM).

Rated IP68, the Mesa 3 running Android meets MIL-STD-810G test procedures. These ratings and testing mean this rugged computer is waterproof, dustproof, and shockproof — ensuring protected data in even the harshest environments. The onboard storage of 64GB and an expandable storage option via a microSD card give users the capacity they need to collect large amounts of data, run apps, and securely transmit data. Users can keep working all day without downtime for battery charging, thanks to the hot-swappable battery.

Simon Bowe, managing director at Juniper Systems said: “We test our devices to make sure they stand up to the demanding environments our customers work in every day. This isn’t a consumer tablet in a hard case. The case is the device and it was specifically designed to be that way.”

Used across various industries for many diverse purposes, Juniper Systems’ rugged handheld computers and tablets offer premium build quality and product support. Mesa 3 continues this tradition. Both Mesa 3 Rugged Tablets, running Windows or Android, join the rugged product family. The product line of Mesa devices also includes the previous generation Mesa 2 running Windows 10.

No word on price though.


Last modified on 12 February 2020
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