Hummer To Offer Semi-Rugged Laptop Computers : Nieuwsfoto's

Hummer To Offer Semi-Rugged Laptop Computers

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SPOKANE, WA - NOVEMBER 18: Mechanical Engineer Chris Richardson looks over the newly introduced Hummer laptop in the testing lab at Itronix Corporation November 18, 2005 in Spokane, Washington. Hummer, a unit of General Motors Corporation, has partnered with rugged mobile-computing manufacture Itronix to bring the toughest semi-rugged notebook computer to market under the Hummer brand. The laptop is designed to meet a tough military standard (MIL-STD 810F) for vibration, temperature extremes, humidity, and provide excellent resistance to drops and spills. The Hummer laptop is a consumer variation of the new commercial Itronix GoBook VR-1 and will be available in three colors and sold through Hummer dealerships or online. It will only be available in the United States and Mexico under a licensing agreement with GM. (Photo by Jeff T. Green/Getty Images)
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SPOKANE, WA - NOVEMBER 18: Mechanical Engineer Chris Richardson looks over the newly introduced Hummer laptop in the testing lab at Itronix Corporation November 18, 2005 in Spokane, Washington. Hummer, a unit of General Motors Corporation, has partnered with rugged mobile-computing manufacture Itronix to bring the toughest semi-rugged notebook computer to market under the Hummer brand. The laptop is designed to meet a tough military standard (MIL-STD 810F) for vibration, temperature extremes, humidity, and provide excellent resistance to drops and spills. The Hummer laptop is a consumer variation of the new commercial Itronix GoBook VR-1 and will be available in three colors and sold through Hummer dealerships or online. It will only be available in the United States and Mexico under a licensing agreement with GM. (Photo by Jeff T. Green/Getty Images)
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18 november 2005
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Mechanical Engineer Chris Richardson looks over the newly introduced... Nieuwsfoto's 56225177Chris Richardson,Financiën,Hummer,Kijken,Laboratorium,Laptop,Machinerie,Merknaam,Nieuw,Notitieboek,Spokane,Verenigde Staten,Washington staatPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2005 Getty ImagesSPOKANE, WA - NOVEMBER 18: Mechanical Engineer Chris Richardson looks over the newly introduced Hummer laptop in the testing lab at Itronix Corporation November 18, 2005 in Spokane, Washington. Hummer, a unit of General Motors Corporation, has partnered with rugged mobile-computing manufacture Itronix to bring the toughest semi-rugged notebook computer to market under the Hummer brand. The laptop is designed to meet a tough military standard (MIL-STD 810F) for vibration, temperature extremes, humidity, and provide excellent resistance to drops and spills. The Hummer laptop is a consumer variation of the new commercial Itronix GoBook VR-1 and will be available in three colors and sold through Hummer dealerships or online. It will only be available in the United States and Mexico under a licensing agreement with GM. (Photo by Jeff T. Green/Getty Images)