Getac has launched the B360 and B360 Pro laptops in Spain, two teams using components capable of offering good performance and that they have a fully reinforced design, which allows them to adapt with guarantees to even the toughest and most problematic workspaces.
Both models have many things in common, among which we can highlight, for example, the connectivity support Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.3and also the possibility of incorporating, optionally, 4G and 5G support. The latter is important because, by having this support, we will have equipment that will allow us to be connected to the Internet from anywhere without having to worry about having a Wi-Fi network nearby.
The two have also received a significant update that is noticeable in their specifications, since both the Getac B360 and the B360 Pro use Intel Core Gen12 processors (Core i5 and Core i7), come with integrated Intel Iris Xe GPUs and use high-performance PCIe SSDs. As expected, Getac has not neglected other important aspects, such as the screen, since in both devices we have a 13.3-inch LumiBond touch panel with 1080p resolution and Getac Sunlight Readable technology.
The Getac B360 Pro can be upgraded to a 4 GB GeForce GTX 1650, and also gives us the option of mounting a third SATA SSD unit, or adding an additional multimedia unit or an extra battery. The performance improvement represented by that dedicated graphics card compared to an integrated one is very large, so it is an important difference compared to the B360.
both laptops come with a thunderbolt 4 portThey have USB 3.2 connectors, HDMI 2.0 output and have a mini-SIM slot. In terms of design and build quality, Getac has confirmed that the two models have MIL-STD-810H, MIL-STD-461G, and IP66 certified, and can withstand a 6-foot drop. We do not have details about the sale price, but we can find more information at this link.