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Android devices for use in hazardous locations

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In addition to the Agile X Windows-based 10.1-in. tablet PC system, this company now offers two smaller Android devices that are certified for hazardous areas. The Lumen X4 is a 4.3-in. industrial mobile computer, anBartec wordcloudd the Lumen X7 is a 7-in. industrial tablet for use in harsh environments. The devices survive being dropped or immersed in water, and are resistant to extreme temperatures. The devices also have near-field communication (NFC), Bluetooth 3.0 and two powerful cameras. The Lumen X4 can be optionally equipped with a scanner for recording barcodes. — Bartec GmbH, Bad Mergentheim, Germany

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