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Glacier Computer adds E4500 terminal

Glacier Computer adds E4500 terminal

Glacier Computer, a provider of rugged industrial computing systems, announces the addition of the E4500 to the Everest line of fixed and vehicle-mount terminals (VMTs).

The E4500 adds more configuration options for the core markets of warehouse, distribution, manufacturing, and logistics. This new terminal complements the existing product line of Everest computers that support Windows 7, Win CE, and Linux applications.

“The E4500 adds more enhanced features, but more importantly, increases the bottom line and offers additional options within the Everest product line,” said Ron D’Ambrosio, Glacier’s chief executive officer. “Customers are always challenged with the decision to replace existing hardware or continue to repair older devices. Our job is to supply options and give advice on the best solution. Given the stability of the Everest product line, many customers today are electing to upgrade their older equipment rather than purchase new products. The E4500 is another solution from our toolkit for customers to consider.”

The E4500 uses the Intel Atom N270 1.6-GHz processor and comes in 10", 12", and 15" resistive touch-screen displays, along with optional screen blanking. Using a solid-state drive with both Windows and Linux operating systems, multiple I/O ports, vibration testing, and a wide range of operational temperatures, ensures reliable performance in most rugged environments.

The Everest family of fixed terminals and VMTs continues to expand and provide dependable, reliable and affordable rugged terminals with a variety of operating systems, display sizes, mounting systems, and peripherals. Glacier Computer offers experienced engineering services to customize hardware for specific customer requirements.

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