Biometric fingerprint module featured in iRuggy mobile tablet

June 4, 2016 - 

iRuggy Systems Co. recently announced its new iRUGGY G10 10” mobile tablet, featuring a modular design for user configurability through mix-and-match ADD-f(x) function modules.

According to a statement by the company, iRuggy Systems makes rugged systems built for heavy-use environments including retail, hospitality, warehousing and field services. The first out ADD-f(x) module options include a 1D/2D scanner, biometric fingerprint reader, RFID, encrypted MSR and EMV-certified smart card reader.

“We engineered the iRUGGY G10 to be versatile,” said Mark Wallace, iRuggy executive VP. “The ADD-f(x) modular design allows us to continue expanding the suite of vertical applications supported and offers a future upgrade path for our customers.”

The iRUGGY G10 Mobile Tablet provides retail and hospitality users more options for accepting mobile and card payment at the point of service, with on-tablet integration of multiple vendor mPOS devices from Verifone, Ingenico, PAX and Miura. As well, a Tab2D mount instantly converts the G10 Mobile Tablet into a customer display while charging and connected to the VGA customer display port on any legacy POS terminal, without requiring any change to software running on tablet or POS.

The iRUGGY G10 supports field operation with 3G data, dedicated GPS and a hot swappable battery for up to 9 hours use. The user can quickly toggle between input methods including Glove or Stylus to suit environment and application.

Standard system specifications include: Intel Atom Z3735F Quad-Core, Windows 10 IoT; IP65 liquid and dust protection, 4 foot drop tested; 2MP webcam, 5MP AF rear camera with flash; Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC contactless reader; On-board I/O: 2x USB, HDMI, micro SD slot, audio.

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