If you're in the market for a Windows 10 tablet but the ones on the market are too fragile, Dell has a solution for you. The company today announced the Latitude 7220 Rugged Extreme, a tablet that can handle four-foot drops, and extreme temperatures between -20 and 145 degrees Fahrenheit. It's MIL-STD-810H tested, so it's tough; it's IP65 rated for dust and water resistance as well.
The tablet comes with an 11.6-inch 1080p display that goes up to 1,000 nits brightness, along with anti-glare and anti-smudge coatings, so it shouldn't be a problem in direct sunlight. It uses Intel's Whiskey Lake CPUs, and comes with up to 16GB RAM and up to a 2TB PCIe NVMe SSD. In the connectivity department, it supports up to Wi-Fi 6, and you can get it with a Snapdragon X20 4G LTE modem for cellular connectivity.
It comes with the features you'd expect from a rugged device that's meant to be used in the field, such as a hot-swappable battery. You can have it configured with up to two 34Whr 2-cell li-ion batteries.
You can pick up the Latitude 7220 Rugged Extreme today, starting at $1,899.