Durabook Americas, Inc., the Fremont, Calif.-based subsidiary of Twinhead International Corp., introduced what is said to be the most durable semi-rugged computer available.

The Durabook S14I features eight-generation Intel CPU, exceptional graphics performance and a wide selection of I/O options, making it ideal for applications like asset management, diagnostics and maintenance.

The Durabook S14I included a 4-foot drop rating and an ingress protection rating of 53 (IP53), making it suitable for use in locations where rain or dust may be a regular occurrence. The device also operates in -4°F to 140°F.

The device also features DynaVue technology, which creates increased clarity and viewability in challenging lighting conditions without sacrificing battery life. The new Durabook can be used with a stylus for applications like signature capture; with a glove, so field workers can interact without modifying their workflow; in the rain without concern of false readings or unpredictable responses; and with their finger using the 10-point, multi-touch capacitive display.

The lightweight S14I also boasts an integrated carrying handle for ease of transport, a waterproof keyboard, fingerprint scanner, quick release hard drive allowing sensitive data to be secured in a safe environment and a hot-swappable/bridge battery design, allowing for non-stop work in the field.

Durabook Americas, Inc.