Hydra-T3 : InHand’s Ruggedized, Slim Tablet based on Texas Instruments’ Davinci DM3730 Processer


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Hydra-T3 Ruggedized Tablet

InHand presents the ultra-thin, low-power tablet to OEMs and system integrators needing a quick solution for military, medical, or other industrial or commercial uses. The ruggedized InHand tablet, Hydra-T3, is uniquely designed to offer the versatility of common tablet PCs with the durability of a  MIL-SPEC mobile device. The rugged tablet runs off of InHand’s Fury SBC, based on Texas Instruments DaVinci DM3730, 1GHz Cortex-A8 +TMS320C64x DSP processor and meets all specifications for temperature, fluid contaminates, solar radiations, fungus and immersion, while offering the full functionality expected from a compact mobile tablet. The tablet design features a 7” Pixel Qi WSVGA touchscreen display with automatic brightness control and display rotation, along with 4 programmable buttons, volume buttons and a power button make up the user interface. The tablet also offers: a camera, microphone, stereo speaker output, vibration for haptic feedback and Qi wireless battery charging of the 37WHr redundant 3.7V Lithium Polymer battery. The low-power design can run up to 10 hours on a full charge and weighs less than 1.5 pounds and offers support for: Android 2.3, Ubuntu 10.10, Windows Embedded Compact 6.

  • Semi-customizable shell to personalize it to OEM/client and choice of operating system

  • 7” WSVGA, sunlight readable display with TS, brightness control and automatic display rotation

  • MIL-SPEC: temperature, fluid contaminates, solar radiation, fungus, immersion, shock and vibration

  • Fully programmable with 4 user buttons, volume buttons and power button

  • 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, GPS

  • 5MP camera, digital microphone and speaker outputs

 

FEATURES DESCRIPTION
CPU Texas Instruments DaVinci DM3730 dual-core processor, 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 and 800MHz TMS320C64X+™ DSP processing power via InHand Fury SBC
Memory 256MB DDR2, 512 NAND Flash; additional options: 1GB DDR2, up to 16GB eMMC Flash
Display 7” WSVGA (1024×600) display, analog resistive multi-touch
Display Features Ambient light sensor for automatic brightness control and accelerometer for automatic display rotation; sunlight readable; chemically strengthened
User Interface 4 user buttons, volume and power buttons
Audio Stereo speaker output, digital microphone for audio capture/detection
Video 5MP camera (for barcode scanning; image capture)
Multi-Media Video encode and decode: H.264, 720p 30 fps
Wireless Periperals 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1 and GPS, wireless USB option
Expansion Dock / Connector 2 USB 2.0 ports, 1 USB 2.0 Client port, power input, I2C/SMBus, expansion/dock connector, Mini PCIe, and future 3G and 4G connectivity
Additional Features Vibrator for haptic feedback; hand straps; customizable with logo
Battery Support 37WHr redundant 3.7V Lithium Polymer battery with Qi wireless charging; est. 10-12 hours of battery for typical usage
Operating Systems  Windows® Embedded Compact 6.0, Android 2.3 and Ubuntu 10.10
Dimensions 213.9mm x 150.4mm x 24.9mm, 8.42” x 5.92” x 0.98”
Environmental -40°C to 85°C operating temperature, IP67 submersible to 1 meter for 30 minutes
MIL-SPEC MIL-STD-810G, MIL-STD-461F
MIL-SPEC Tests Method 501.5, Procedure II, temp = 85°C (high temp), Method 502.5, Procedure II, temp = -40°C (low temp), Method 504.1 Procedure II, fluids from table 504.2, 8 hour exposure (fluid contaminates), Method 505.5, Procedure I for worldwide deployment (solar radiation), Method 508.6, 28 minimum growth (fungus), Method 512.4, Procedure I, at 27°C ambient air temperature above water temperature at a depth of 1m for 30 min. (immersion), Method 514.6 Procedure I (Category: 4, 24) and Procedure II (various vibration), Method 516.6, Procedure I, 40g, 11ms, saw-tooth, 3 shocks +/- per axis, 3 axes (shock), Method 516.6, Procedure IV, up to 48” drop, 26 total drops (transit and operating drop)