Trimble’s new Juno T41 handheld computer is designed to provide a smartphone-inspired option to users needing a rugged field computer. The Juno T41 handheld is a developer-friendly computing device for real-world field conditions, with either Windows or Android operating systems. Among the features included in the initial model are: Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 or Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread operating system in choice of 10 languages; multi-touch user interface with capacitive stylus compatibility; 8-megapixel camera with dual LED flash and geo-tagging; ‘3.75G’ cellular data, SMS text and voice capability option; Bluetooth and Wi-Fi b/g/n; 4.3-in. WVGA sunlight-readable Gorilla Glass display; GPS receiver with typical 2- to 4-m accuracy; accelerometer and electronic compass; rugged design with IP65 or IP68 rating; 800-MHz or 1-GHz processor with up to 512MB RAM; up to 16 gigabytes non-volatile onboard flash storage, plus microSD card slot; and a built-in, rechargeable 3,300-mAh lithium-ion battery. According to Trimble, the Juno T41 is immediately available for order, with shipments beginning in September 2012.

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