The 5 best rugged tablets of 2022

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Phones[1] and tablets[2] have become an irreplaceable part of our workday, allowing us to remotely edit spreadsheets, monitor inventory, communicate with each other, or manage fleets. But most phones and tablets aren't made to withstand tough environments like construction sites -- or just frequent drops. 

There are, however, a subset of tablets that are built to withstand the most abuse (because let's face it, nothing is indestructible). They're often a pricey investment, but thanks to their tough exteriors, they'll prevent you from spending more money getting devices repaired or replaced. 

The tablets below are built to power through whatever wear and tear you can throw at them.

Getac F110

Display: 11.6-inch display | Processor: Intel Core i5 | Storage: 256GB | Memory: 8GB | Cameras: 8MP rear, FHD webcam | Weight: 3.08-pounds | Dimensions: 12.4 x 8.15 x 0.96-inches | Connections: 1 x USB-C, 1 x headphone jack, 1 x USB 3.2 Gen 2, 1 x HDMI, 1 x Docking connector | Battery 2 x 2,160mAh

The Getac F110 is a rugged Windows tablet that can take a severe beating. It's MIL STD 810H & IP66 certified, so it'll withstand virtually whatever you throw at it. You can get it with Windows 10 Pro, powered by 11th generation Intel processors, 8GB of memory, and SSD storage ranging from 256GB, 512GB up to 1TB. 

There's a 1080p 11.6-inch touchscreen display, a Windows Hello camera system for face authentication, and a myriad of ports and connection options for accessories and scanners. 

Getac also has the F110 C1D2, a version of this same tablet that is approved for work in a biohazardous environment. You can find that particular model here[3]

Pros:

  • Windows Hello compatible
  • Biohazard model available
  • Plenty of ports

Cons:

  • Very expensive
Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 3

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