Nautiz X9 is an Android-powered PDA (personal digital assistant) that is more or less capable taking just about any kind of punishment that you throw in its direction, shrugging off knocks, drops, and even submersion without missing a beat. This enterprise handheld was specially built to function in areas of fieldwork that occur in the most challenging outdoor or industrial environments, while offering a performance that would not seem out of place for a high-powered mobile computer. This is definitely an improvement over its predecessor, the Nautiz X8.
In industrial and field applications, reliability happens to be a critical component while being rugged has its fair share of advantages. The fully rugged Nautiz X9 can wear many different kinds of hats, where it can function as a mobile computer, a data collector or even as a field controller. What kind of hardware lies underneath the hood in order to make the Nautiz X9 an outstanding performer on its own?
For starters, there is a quad-core processor that runs underneath the hood in addition to an extremely easy-to-use Android 7.0 Nougat operating system. It caters to GPS/GLONASS capabilities standard, and users will have the option to include a high-quality, high-speed 2D imager. Not one, but dual cameras are integrated, comprising of a 13-megapixel shooter with autofocus and flash at the back in addition to a 2-megapixel selfie camera in front. With up to 4G/LTE connectivity, you can be sure that you will always be able to obtain the fastest data connection available when within the area of network coverage.
Apart from that, you will gain access to Google Maps navigation as well as Play Store app access, and a 5-inch, sunlight-readable capacitive display with multi-touch sensitivity is ideal for work even under the hot sun. With an IP67 ruggedness rating, it is not only waterproof but also delivers dust-tight performance. 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory accompanied by a 4,800mAh battery allows it to last for even the most demanding of performances on the field. Shipping of the Nautiz X9 is expected to happen this month.