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THE CITY OF PUEBLO OUTFITS THEIR POLICE, FIRE & PUBLIC WORKS WITH GETAC DEVICES

The City of Pueblo, Colorado public safety agencies have their hands full protecting their community in harsh weather conditions that call for rugged devices that are equally up to the task. The agencies also need a rugged device supplier that can truly deliver on service and support.

Solution:

Getac V110 convertible laptops were chosen due to their lightweight design and sunlight-readable display, and were outfitted with custom barcode readers and GPS for drivers license recognition and location positioning.

Benefit:
Getac presented a specialized rugged solution with a V110 laptop that can meet the extreme demands of public safety work. Outstanding customer service included with every Getac product cuts crucial downtime to keep public safety operations up and running. 

 

 

 


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  • Getac V110

    Getac V110

    A compact and lightweight laptop that quickly transforms from 11.6 inch display notebook to tablet computer 11.6" FHD / IP65 / MIL-STD-810G

    Availability 7 pcs - 24h
    From 2,723.00 € Learn more

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