Combat Soldiers Use Tablets To Strategize Maneuvers
A lightweight and durable touchscreen device used in military zones.
The Harris RF-3590 is a heavy-duty Android tablet that is packed with military features to use in combat zones. It’s equipped with a 1024 x 600 multi-touch display, a powerful dual-core 1.5GHz CPU and two 8-megapixel front and rear-facing cameras. Soldiers can even give commands and navigate the interface with their voice by activating the voice control feature.
The rugged tablet provides outdoor fields with real-time crucial information and networking connectivity wherever they go. Dana Mehnert, group president at Harris RF Communications, commented:
The new Harris tablet builds on our leadership in mission-critical communications to provide a powerful device for processing mission-critical information. This tablet was fully designed for the tactical and public safety environment with optimized features for reading in sunlight and size, weight and power. As an Android device, the tablet also is fully upgradeable for emerging applications.
The 7-inch tablet is lightweight, durable and supports advanced military and public safety communications platforms. Harris is known for delivering tactical communications to “warfighters on the move.”