Opius has created a computer for a workforce on the move. The C21 has been created for mobile data solutions company Cognito. It is designed to withstand wear and tear, with key features such as a thick rubber casing, a magnesium die-cast chassis and heavy duty integrated structure. As the new design has to be portable, the laptop-style computer weighs just 1kg. It offers the user the ability to receive and send text messages, e-mails and faxes, among other things and has been engineered to enable data links over the dedicated Cognito radio network to be fully integrated into a company’s intranet/ management systems.
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