Dell's unveled the Latitude E6400 XFR, a rugged notebook that's designed to stand up to whatever first responders, and military personnel can throw at it. The E6400 XFR meets and exceeds 13 military specifications.
Lenovo's designated eight ThinkPads for use in semi-rugged computing environments such as construction sites and police vehicles. Eight ThinkPads meet military specification (MIL-SPEC) standards, which mean they can stand up to vibrations, extreme temperatures, dust and other hazards. Lenovo's now offering an optional 680-nit display for the ThinkPad T400 to improve viewability in outdoor applications.
Most notebooks don't mix well with liquids, but the XTablet 8700 from Mobile Demand is no ordinary computer. The xTablet T8700 exceeds military specifications for ruggedness and its makers claim it has a lower total cost of ownership than non-ruggedized PCs In the below video, Conrad from RuggedPCReview demos how the XTablet T8700 still functions while holding it under water in his swimming pool. He takes it a step further and puts on his scuba gear to show that the tablet can withstand being fully submerged under a few feet of water.