M-Station adds a platform

Sept. 1, 2003
Glacier Computer's M-Station mobile computer now operates on Microsoft's Embedded XP platform. This platform allows users to implement a smaller, solid-state

Glacier Computer's M-Station mobile computer now operates on Microsoft's Embedded XP platform. This platform allows users to implement a smaller, solid-state hard drive with no moving parts.

The M-Station also operates on DOS, Windows 2000, and Linux platforms. The M-Station's advanced processor provides optimum performance, allowing applications to run faster and more efficiently. It accepts all wired and wireless network options.

Constructed of cast-aluminum housings to withstand harsh environments, the M-Station offers a shock-mounted hard drive and a user-friendly, 12" SVGA display for viewing in various working conditions.

For easier and cleaner wall-mount installations, the M-Station has an internal AC/DC converter. All systems come equipped with integrated speakers for playing wav files and sounding alarms, as well as universal mounting brackets and multiple I/O.
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