Ruggedized Notebook Computer

Oct. 26, 2006
The DA-138 notebook computer uses a new batterypower system that lets it run indefinitely without an external power source by using two interchangeable batteries that maintain power even while being changed.

It comes with a full-size PCI slot that is compatible with A/D cards, MIL-STD-1553 interface cards, and most other PCI cards. It features a mini-ITX motherboard that is replaceable and upgradable, an allmetal chassis with high-impact rubber edges, and a high-brightness mobile display at 450 cd/m with 15-in. 1,024 768 TFT.

Dewerton Inc., Box 1460, Charlestown, RI 02813, (401) 364-9464,

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