Panasonic has long held the throne for hardened laptops with their Toughbook line, but now Dell is about to enter the fray with a ruggedized version of the Latitude D630. I wonder what took them this long?
Regardless, the new XFR D630 meets the US DoD’s standards for what they require in the field. Things like withstanding temperatures from -20 degrees F to 140 degrees; sealed against moisture; shock resistant hard drive. If you’ve got almost $4k, then you can pick one up next week.