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CTL launches EG2 rugged ‘Windows Flip 360 Degree Tablet’

CTL announced the new rugged 11.6” Windows Flip 360 Degree Tablet. This new laptop – said to be ideal for educational settings – features a 360-degree hinge to convert easily between laptop and tablet mode.

CTL announced the new rugged 11.6” Windows Flip 360 Degree Tablet. This new laptop – said to be ideal for educational settings – features a 360-degree hinge to convert easily between laptop and tablet mode.

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The CTL EG2 Rugged Windows Flip 360 Tablet supports Windows 10 and runs on Intel Celeron Processor N3000. The shock-resistant design has been IP5X certified for dust resistance and drop tested up to 70cm on a concrete floor. The fanless design reduces noise and improves durability.

“The CTL EG2 is a rugged and versatile device for education, healthcare and professional use. This device will provide a high quality Windows solution for mobile professionals and students,” said Erik Stromquist, CTL’s president.

Other features include: 11.6” screen size; 1366 x 768 screen resolution with 5-point capacitive touch; Intel Celeron Processor N3000 (up to 2.08 GHz); 2GB DDR3 RAM; 2.5” 7mm SATA/SSD (supports 320GB/500GB); WiFi 802.11 b/g/n 2×2; Bluetooth 4.0; 1x USB 2.0; 1x USB 3.0; 1x Micro SDHC; 1x HDMI; and 1x Combo audio jack.

The CTL EG2 will be available with Intel Education Software including McAfee AntiVirus Plus/Mobile Security, Intellisense Lab Camera, SPARKvue, ArtRage, Intel Education Access Management, and Intel Education Media Camera, among others.

For more information about CTL, visit www.ctl.net.

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