Rugged notebook computer

March 8, 2007
The DA-130 Series of rugged notebook computers have a full-size, full-length PCI slot that accommodates almost any PCI card.

Examples include A/D cards for data-acquisition applications, interface cards for high-speed and video recording and replay, and scope cards for gigahertz and megahertz-transient-capture applications. The computers are based on an industry-standard mini-ITX form factor, not a proprietary one. Thus, unlike other notebook computers, the DA-130 can be upgraded simply by replacing the motherboard.

Dewetron Inc.,
Box 1460, Charlestown, RI 02813,
(401) 364-9464,
dewamerica.com

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