The Getac firm has expanded its catalog of reinforced workstations with the X600 Server and X600 Pro-PCI, two computers that use Windows Server 2022 as the operating system, and that have been built with such a careful design that they are capable of adapting to any work environment, even the most hostile and complicated ones.
Getac’s X600 Server and X600 Pro-PCI are configured with processors Intel Xeon W-11855M, a chip based on the Ice Lake (Tiger Lake) architecture that has 6 cores and 12 threads at a frequency of 3.2 GHz-4.9 GHz, normal and turbo mode. They feature an Intel UHD iGPU, can be configured with up to 128MB of DDR4 memory, and support a maximum of 22TB of storage.
These features already confirm an important leap compared to the previous generation, the X500 series. It is also important to note that the memory used by these workstations is of the ECC type, which means that they have error Correction Technology, something that is essential in certain tasks and workloads that depend on the integrity of the data.
The screen that Getac has assembled is made of 15.6 inches, has a maximum brightness of 1,000 nits and uses LumiBond technology, which means that it can be read perfectly under sunlight. It also offers a wide variety of connectivity options, among which we can highlight two 2.5G Ethernet ports, Thunderbolt 4 connectors and two video outputs, one HDMI 2.0 and one DisplayPort.
The X600 Pro-PCI model also has dual PCI/PCIe expansion slots that allow you to install different types of cards, comes with a standard DVD (or optional Blu-ray) super multi drive and includes two additional hot-swappable batteries, which means that It has four batteries in total.
Both models use high-performance SSD drives, come with the TPM 2.0 chip, allow access to Intel vPro technology (optional depending on configuration), and have MIL-STD-810H, MIL-STD-461G and IP66 certifications. These new workstations will be available from the end of the first quarter, although we do not yet have details on the final sale price. We can find more information on the official Getac website.