Spirit adds GETAC products to its portfolio

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Spirit Data Capture Limited, the independent mobile computing and data capture consultancy, has become a business partner of GETAC - a subsidiary of the MiTAC Technology Corporation. 

GETAC provides rugged notebook, tablet PC and handheld solutions for the military, law enforcement, public safety, utility, telecommunications, manufacturing, field service and mobile workforce sectors. 

The new partnership has enabled Spirit to add GETACs suite of industrial grade computers to its portfolio.  These include the E100 - the lightest rugged tablet PC on the market.  This device is designed specifically for field and customer service applications.  

Another Getac product that will be offered by Spirit is the V100 rugged laptop, which can be converted rapidly into a tablet PC.  Its features include a 10.4 inch LCD display; a full-size 83-key keyboard; and an integrated 1.3MP camera.  For mobile users who require a display that can be easily read outdoors, the V100 offers an optional feature: a revolutionary sunlight-readable LCD display of 1200cd/msq the highest in the industry.

Also available will be the PS535E rugged PDA, which uses Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 Premium and has an embedded high sensitivity GPS receiver and embedded 802.11 b/g and Bluetooth capabilities.

Ebbie Khadem, Spirits Managing Director, says: We are very excited to be working more closely with GETAC as they have some very versatile and powerful products.  They also offer a wide range of communications options.  We expect many of our customers to be interested in their range.

Julian Willis, GETACs UK Sales Manager, comments: Its great to be working with a progressive company like Spirit.  They are very professional and have an impressive knowledge of the mobile computing industry.  This partnership benefits both companies it extends Spirits portfolio and it enables us to reach new areas of the market that we havent yet fully explored.

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