Transource pockets $11.6 million rugged laptops contract from the US Army
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It seems like Transource Services Corp. in Phoenix have fulfilled the requirements of the U.S Army officials for their laptops. US Army officials needed laptop rugged computers and removable hard disk drives for their troops in the field.
Transource has been awarded a $11.6 million contract modification Friday to produce rugged laptop computers and the removable HDD, by the Army Contracting Command at Redstone Arsenal.
Transource currently manufactures a variety of rugged laptop computers. Some of their laptops can be listed as RoadRunner M230N-14, which has a 14.1 inch display along with a 1.5 GHz Core-2 Duo chip; the RoadRunner M230N-15, with 15 inch screen and a 1.5 GHz Core-2 Duo chip; and the RoadRunner P470E with Intel Core2 Duo chip which has a 14.1 inch display.
Nothing is revealed about the device till now. The contract also mentions that Transource will do the work in Huntsville, and will be finished by the end of this year.