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September 23rd, 2011
Trimble Adds Vehicle Docking Station to its Yuma Tablet Computer

The rugged and mobile Yuma tablet features Microsoft Windows 7 Professional, integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, GPS and two geotag-enabled cameras. The Yuma is expandable via two USB 2.0 slots, an ExpressCard/34 slot and one SD/SDHC slot. The seven-inch sunlight-readable WSVGA touchscreen display is ideal for a host of mapping and form-based applications.

“Since its introduction, the Yuma rugged, mobile computing platform has been very well received by mobile workers that require a ‘tough as nails’ Windows 7 tablet PC. The Yuma Vehicle Docking Station provides field workers with more flexibility for in-vehicle use with power and accessory options such as antennas, keyboards and other USB peripherals,” said Robert Davis, director of sales for Trimble’s Mobile Computing Solutions Division.

About Trimble’s Mobile Computing Solutions Division

Trimble’s Mobile Computing Solutions Division offers innovative products that enable mobile workers to be more efficient in extreme outdoor and industrial environments. The Trimble Nomad®, Recon®, Ranger™, and Yuma outdoor rugged handheld computers help users collect accurate field data and work more productively in any outdoor or service-related application. Additionally, these rugged computers meet MIL-STD-810F/G military specifications for drops, vibration, immersion and temperature extremes, and with IP67or IP68 rating, are sealed against water and dust. To learn more, visit: www.trimble.com/rugged.