California computer developer DT Research has introduced a new rugged laptop for military customers.
The LT355 is designed for complex tasks in harsh conditions. It was launched as a tactical option under the company’s LT300 line of rugged laptops.
Featuring two-factor security authentication, the laptop runs on Windows 10 or 11 Enterprise operating systems and is powered by Intel i5 or i7 processors.
The LT355’s hardware includes a full-size, back-lit keyboard, a 15.6-inch high-brightness touchscreen display with a night vision option, digital pen support, modular batteries, a built-in network adapter, and an antimicrobial enclosure.
Furthermore, the device has an Ingress Protection (IP) 65 rating for light water pressure and a US Military Standard (STD-MIL) 810 rating for rapid pressure changes.
It also has certification from the US Trade Agreements Act and the global IT sector ecolabel Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool or EPEAT.
Alongside its tactical utility, the laptop can be employed for law enforcement, first response, and field service.
Optional NVIDIA Graphics Card
The LT355 has an optional NVIDIA graphics card integration for augmented reality-based military training, image rendering and analysis, and artificial intelligence, providing job preparedness for recruits and enhanced situational awareness during operations.
“In keeping with our customer-focused business strategy, we listened to what our customers want, and developed the next version of our rugged laptop to include an NVIDIA graphics card to give more speed and power to applications that use demanding images and video,” DT Research President Daw Tsai stated.
“This combination of powerful 13th gen Intel processor, sharp screen viewability, and high capacity dual hot-swappable batteries brings the needed ease-of-use and continuous operation to all mission-critical projects – especially those using demanding applications.”
DT Research is exhibiting the LT355 laptop at the Defense & Security Equipment International military tech convention in London until September 15.