IP network telephone, iPad vehicle mounts, notebook computer.
Panasonic's KX-NT400 IP network telephone offers a 5.7-inch color touchscreen that can access network cameras and applications on an agency's intranet. The camera screen displays live video feeds and captures images from up to 20 network cameras. The NT400 phone supports wireless Bluetooth headsets and features power over Ethernet capability, which allows data and electrical power to be transmitted over an Ethernet cable. Connections include two Ethernet ports, a USB port, an SD card slot and a headset jack.
ProClip now offers vehicle mounts for Apple iPads. The product-specific holder attaches to vehicle-specific dashboard mounts. Average installation time is two minutes and no dismantling of the dashboard is required. ProClip products are designed so that consumers can mount their own electronic devices, such as mobile phones, MP3 players, GPS navigation systems and satellite radios, to a variety of locations in most vehicles.
Rugged Notebooks' RNB Eagle notebook has a 14.1-inch WXGA (1280x800) display and 2 GB, 800 MHz DDR2 of standard memory. The Eagle contains a field-changeable/user-removable 320 GB hard disk with SATA interface, plus a spill-resistant keyboard with drain hole. The notebook weighs 5.5 pounds and features an Intel Link 5100 Mini Express Card Wireless LAN 802.11a/b/g/n and an internal second Mini PCI Express slot to support either WWAN/3G, WiMAX or GPS.
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