Rugged Notebook for Emailing in a Volcano
The Genera Dynamics Itronix GD8000 does not f*** around when it comes to computing in harsh conditions.
For godsake, it’s the G.D. GD8000. It can continue to function at full computing capacity after a 42-inch cold drop. It successfully boots in the freezing gold, the scorching heat, and has a 10 hour battery life.
Oh, here’s a good idea, let’s shoot a jet of water at it traveling at 40 mph for 4 hours. Cool. Doesn’t matter. Still works. It probably works better, in fact.
It has a price, but I'd suggest you just trade a pallet of beaver pelts for it.
It also has a 13-inch screen, a finger print reader, a Core 2 Duo processor and a magnesium chassis. And it weighs in at a measly 8 pounds. What’s the matter, Shirley, doesn’t fit in your European carry-all. Go f*** yourself.