Mobile Computer

17 October 2017

Octagon Systems has expanded its mobile computer line with the new TRAX-4M. It has rugged military connectors for enhanced cable reliability while offering the same performance and compact size as the TRAX-4 mobile computer.

The company said the wide range of functions supported by the new computer make it suitable for use in applications such as critical safety, equipment diagnostics, driver fatigue, communication, fleet management and other mobile computer solutions. Markets include mining, construction and public transportation.

Made in the United States, the computer is Windows and Linux ready. Octagon is based in Westminster, Colo., and has designed and manufactured computers since 1981.

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