Getac Introduces X500 Mobile Rugged Server

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Getac the company that manufacture rugged computers since 1989, now has back with introducing its latest product called X500 server, a briefcase-sized rugged mobile server notebook that designed for mobile command center. This mobile server offers quick deployment virtually anywhere and anytime and it can easily transport into emergency, disaster and temporary set-up environment.


Getac X500 is powered by a 1.73 GHz Intel Core i7 quad core processor with 16GB of RAM and 8MB Intel level 3 Smart Cache, that enable the X500 server to handle the most complex processing task. It has a RAID controller card for enterprise-grade server applications and adds RAID expansion chassis with up to 5TB of storage that can be configured for RAID level 0,1,5.

The X500 server was designed to be brought to the front line and turned on with the same simplicity of a standard notebook. It features a 15.6 inch full HD 1080p widescreen display powered by NVDIA GeForce GT330M 1GB discrete graphic controller to provide crystal-clear high definition images with incredible responsiveness.


The X500 server comes with QuadraClear technology that to enhance screen brightness and anti-reflectivity to reduce the sunlight’s reflectivity and provides a more effective contrast rate than other displays, while still maintaining the battery life you need in the field.

Other features include dual Ethernet ports and independent Ethernet controllers allows clustering for high availability, load balancing and fault tolerance. This rugged server is designed to protect it from drops, shocks spills, vibration and more. With sealed port and doors protect the server from dust, moisture and water

The X500 server supports three USB 2.0 ports, one USB/eSATA combo port, full-sized LED-backlit membrane keyboard with numeric pad, two serial 9-pin D-sub ports, and 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. This rugged server is pre-loaded with Windows Server 2012 providing powerful and flexible server application management.

[ Via Getac ]