The programmable, customizable Hydra-T3™ tablet from InHand Electronics (Rockville, MD) features the Pixel Qi WSVGA display with analog resistive multi-touch capabilities. The tablet is powered by InHand’s flagship Fury single board computer (SBC) based on Texas Instruments’ DaVinci DM3730.

The sunlight-readable, low-power Pixel Qi display meets all specifications for temperature, fluid contaminants, solar radiations, fungus, and immersion. Other features include: Qi wireless battery charging, expansion/port dock, 5MP camera, digital microphone and speaker outlets, vibration for haptic feedback, and Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS.

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