Enhanced Tactical Computer

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The Enhanced Tactical Computer or ETC is a portable rugged computer, built by Elbit Systems, and used by the US Military. It is a modular system, built using COTS hardware, and enclosed in MIL-STD 810 cases, build to withstand harsh conditions and temperatures from -25° to 55°C.[1]

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5.5kg 10"x9"x3.5"

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It is uses a Pentium III processor, which can be upgraded via a specially designed removable module. It is equipped with a touch screen TFT display, with 600x800 resolution.[1] Removable 10-40gig hard drive, and removable power supply.

Includes an embedded GPS receiver, LAN jack, USB port, PS2 port.[2] Two PC Card Type II or a single Type III are available. Communications interfaces are supported via Elbit's communications controller, supporting up to six networks at 64 kbit/s. Compatible with Windows or Linux operating systems.[1]

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