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Tetratab Casebook 3 Rugged 10.1" 2-in-1 Laptop/Tablet 2GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, 4G LTE £99.99 Delivered with code @ Laptop Outlet

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Posted 1st Oct 2018

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Nice code reduction on this rugged tablet over at Laptop Outlet, dropping it to under £100 with code.

This tablet can withstand drops of 0.7m onto concrete, and is equipped with IP52 water resistance, 4G connectivity, and a standby time of up to 9 days.

You'll need to use the code TETRA40 at checkout to get the reduced price.

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Tablet or laptop with 4G capability

The Casebook 3 is light and easily transportable and can be used as a full laptop or tablet. The laptop function allows report writing to be completed on the move making the information immediately accessible.

The Casebook 3 has a bright and easily readable touch screen with stylus or multi-touch finger input perfect for note taking and capturing high resolution photos.


Rugged and secure

The Casebook 3 is IP52 rated and is protected against dust and water ingress thanks to a spill resistant design. The device also benefits from a shock resistant structure ensuring its reliability against any knocks or falls from height.

The device is rugged without any extra bumpers or protection which can harbor germs and dust.


Latex-free manufacture and antimicrobial coating

Manufactured specially to meet the identified requirements UK Healthcare customers, the Latex free construction make the Casebook 3 the ultimate device for any healthcare workforce needing affordable, secure and robust mobile computing.


Specification

Talk Time

Six hours continuous use

Standby Time

Up to 216 hours (9 days)

Processor

Intel Cherry Trail CPU - QUAD CORE Z8300(1.44GHz-1.84GHz)

Dimensions

276mm x 181mm x 12.3mm

Weight

796g tablet; 570g detachable keyboard

Touch Screen

Yes

Screen Size

10.1 inch

Internal Phone Memory

64GB + 2GB RAM

External Memory Card Type

Micro SD up to 32GB

Disability Functions

No

Email Capability

Yes

Wireless Charging

No

Operating System

Android 6.0

Entertainment

Back Camera

2 MP

Front Camera

2 MP

HD Camera

No

Music Player

Yes

Video Capture

TB720p / 30fps

FM Radio

No

Connectivity

Data Connectivity

Yes

Band Type

CAT 4 LTE-FDD:
B1, B3, B5, (B19), B7, B8, B20
LTE-TDD:
B38, B39, B40, B41 (2555–2655)
UMTS:
B1, B2, B5 (B6/19), B8
TD-SCDMA: B34, B39
GSM: B2, B3, B5, B8

Bluetooth

Yes

Stereo Bluetooth

No

Wi-Fi

Yes

GPS

Yes

3G/4G

4G

Type of Audio Connector

3.5mm Audio Jack

Removable battery

No

Splash proof or Waterproof

IP52 ingress protection against water and dust

NFC

Yes

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Good price for a niche product.
Android 6.0 . Can it be updated .
There was a thread about this previously (from their ebay store), though the OP got the description wrong and stated it was Dual-Boot - sometimes the Windows 10 Pro version sells for £99.97

And, at the time, I couldn't link to the Laptop Outlet website as HUKD told me they were banned when I tried to post a link in a comment!
Edited by: "louiselouise" 1st Oct 2018
Says android but picture is with windows installed? :/
_benny_g_6 m ago

Says android but picture is with windows installed?



It's either Android or Windows 10 Pro, not dual-boot or anything (which is why the original post about this got Expired).
Any ideas whether this is the version with the bulky NFC card holder and if it is can it be removed
Whatever OS it ships with it I'd dump as would run Linux fine.
For the price this is very respectable if your needs fit within the parameters of the specs.

Yes you could potentially run newer versions of Android

The fact that it is detachable also makes it versatile.
Edited by: "reddit" 1st Oct 2018
reddit01/10/2018 20:52

For the price this is very respectable if your needs fit within the …For the price this is very respectable if your needs fit within the parameters of the specs.Yes you could potentially run newer versions of AndroidThe fact that it is detachable also makes it versatile.


This laptop is not listed in the supported models. So just means running old unpatched version of Android 6.0. I rather buy chromebook with playstore and 4gb ram or more . Newer Chromebook come with usb c as well .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 2nd Oct 2018
sam_of_london01/10/2018 21:05

This laptop is not listed in the supported models. So just means running …This laptop is not listed in the supported models. So just means running old unpatched version of Android 6.0. I rather buy chromebook with playstore and 4gb ram or more .


Most laptops will not be listed by name but the Z8300 SOC is supported, so it just depends on whether WiFi and Bluetooth drivers are supported.

4Gb on a Chromebook is a bit of an overkill considering that it is developed to run on low spec machines.
Still tempted to buy this. Did email the manufacturer and asked about any foreseeable Android updates.. They didn't reply.
Amazon have it at £110?
reddit01/10/2018 21:32

Most laptops will not be listed by name but the Z8300 SOC is supported, so …Most laptops will not be listed by name but the Z8300 SOC is supported, so it just depends on whether WiFi and Bluetooth drivers are supported.4Gb on a Chromebook is a bit of an overkill considering that it is developed to run on low spec machines.


But no need to worry about updates on chromebook . Hate these manufacturers who never update Android phones / tablets once sold.
sam_of_london01/10/2018 22:34

But no need to worry about updates on chromebook . Hate these …But no need to worry about updates on chromebook . Hate these manufacturers who never update Android phones / tablets once sold.


True although in the case of this device, I'm not so sure that updates would be critical.

Agree that so many vendors, especially in the TV Box arena do so often abandon updates when it comes to Android and more so with the X86 variants that almost always stay stagnant.

Windows and Linux would be other options available in this case though.
I was close to buying one. But I think it's a little too pricy for a "punt", no USB port, not even OTG and as has been mentioned before in this chat, almost no hope in hell of an update. Had it been closer to the £55-65 range, I might have been swayed.
elliot123402/10/2018 00:02

I was close to buying one. But I think it's a little too pricy for a …I was close to buying one. But I think it's a little too pricy for a "punt", no USB port, not even OTG and as has been mentioned before in this chat, almost no hope in hell of an update. Had it been closer to the £55-65 range, I might have been swayed.


The technical spec PDF says it has a micro-USB and implies that supports OTG.
plewis0002/10/2018 00:08

The technical spec PDF says it has a micro-USB and implies that supports …The technical spec PDF says it has a micro-USB and implies that supports OTG.


Not all micro-USB's are created equal, and I checked this one and I don't see OTG written anywhere.

OTG is more common in Chinese tablets and smartphones but I haven't seen it much here.
elliot12345 m ago

Not all micro-USB's are created equal, and I checked this one and I don't …Not all micro-USB's are created equal, and I checked this one and I don't see OTG written anywhere. OTG is more common in Chinese tablets and smartphones but I haven't seen it much here.


I know that, but micro-USB is listed under I/O and not just for charging. Most Android devices will do OTG, it's only the Nexus devices I've seen that wouldn't. Still, under £100 for tablet with keyboard that's ruggedised with 4G is a bargain however you look at it, I might just get one - I'm sure I'd still use it even if it didn't have OTG.
2gb of ram tho
helpingabrotherout11 h, 31 m ago

Any ideas whether this is the version with the bulky NFC card holder and …Any ideas whether this is the version with the bulky NFC card holder and if it is can it be removed



Its this price on e-bay (without the code) but an extra £20 without the cardholder.
Apparently weights 0.0000 wouldn't that render the ruggedness kinda pointless as is should just float in place.
Looking at something like this for use as a Sat Nav for "Green laning" .
I'd only have the navigation app installed and maybe Chrome browser .
Anyone used this or similar please for something akin to what I'd like to use it for ?
Or recommendations for a "cheap" alternative . Electronics don't tend to last that long being covered in water and mud . It will spend most of its life being bounced around too I might add so this seems like it would be perfect . The one I use at the moment is so slow it takes a full minute to redraw the map on Viewranger every time I rescale .
Dekard9702/10/2018 02:50

2gb of ram tho


Is that a problem these days what with newer OS's and better memory management?
Dusty1 h, 30 m ago

Is that a problem these days what with newer OS's and better memory …Is that a problem these days what with newer OS's and better memory management?


Only for Windows. Chromium or Linux will be fine with 4Gb....
I have 2 devices with this processor, and while both are decent for what they do, there are some things to bear in mind.

Neither will boot 64bit uefi stuff and are limited to 32 bit windows. Probably not a worry for most of you, but a pain in the arse for me.

Drivers get broken with windows update on a regular basis.

If you absolutely must have windows, these things work ok for a tenth the cost of a surface, but be prepared for some fiddling.
Any owners of the Android variant care to comment on the performance?

I want to run this app:

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