New Milford, CT – February 13, 2012

Glacier Computer, a leading developer of rugged industrial computing solutions announced today the availability of a sunlight readable display and 64GB SSD as options for the T510K – 10 inch rugged tablet.

“The new sunlight readable display option is perfect for mobile workers who are in and out of vehicles or need to use the T510K outside. The 800 NIT display offers optimal readability in direct sunlight”, said Ron D’Ambrosio, CEO, Glacier Computer. “The addition of the 64GB SSD offers more memory and faster processing performance that will improve both data management and data collection.”

Glacier Computer offers a full line-up of rugged tablets as well as fixed and vehicle mount terminals, and a full-line of rugged handhelds.

“The T510K 10” rugged tablet has been extremely popular with our customers and we will continue to add features that they request”, said Ron D’Ambrosio, CEO, Glacier Computer.

The T510K rugged tablet offers a 10 inch resistive touchscreen, with a 23-key interface, 802.11 b/g/n wireless, Bluetooth, Gobi 3000 3G module, camera, 2D scanner, and RFID. Windows XP or Windows 7 Pro is standard along with the power of the Intel Atom processor. Glacier’s new line-up of rugged tablets provides portable desktop computing both inside and outside the four walls equipped with grip and go handles, vibration and shock testing, and both desktop and vehicle cradles.

About Glacier Computer
Glacier Computer develops versatile, rugged industrial computing solutions for harsh environments. Our key markets include warehousing, field service, medical, and government. The core ingredients of the company are knowledgeable staff, array of quality/value conscious products, Strategic Partners, and focused customer service. Glacier employees are committed to and share in the mutual success of our business, partners, and customers. For more information about Glacier Computer’s other products and services, visit our website at or contact Glacier at 603-882-1560 x 219.

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