The Juniper Mesa 3 is the rugged tablet that allows you to take your office anywhere without worry. This tablet offers all the functionality of a desktop PC, in a compact and versatile tablet form. The Mesa 3 has taken everything that the Mesa 2 was renowned for and improved upon, all while keeping the same robust and reliable body. Whether that be the processor, the memory, or the over all functionality of the tablet, the Mesa 3 has the capability to get the job done no matter where you take it. This tablet is fully designed to take advantage of everything that Windows 10 has to offer. There is no need to be stuck on an out dated and finicky operating system like Windows Mobile for a second longer.
The Juniper Mesa 3 is built to last, no matter where you take it. With an IP68 environmental rating and with an MIL-STD-810G shock rating, there is no need to worry about this tablet. It is completely shock, dust and waterproof. So whether you take it in the snow, the rain, or along for a ride, the MEsa 3 will always be ready to work when you are.
The Mesa 3 is the tablet that is designed to be used outdoors, all-day long. Unlike other Windows 10 tablets that are designed around office use, the Mesa 3 is specifically designed for use by surveyors out in the field. With the high-strength, high-visibility, Dragontrail glass, this is the one data collector we have yet to see a broken screen on here at BenchMark. This is one of the only data collectors that we have ever seen that is actually visible and easy to read no matter what angle you hold it in the sun. This is all supported by the massive 43.2 Whr battery, offering over 8 hours of continuous use before needing a charge.
The Mesa 3 is the upgraded and improved version of the already excellent Mesa 2 data collector. The Mesa 3 improves upon the Quad-core Intel Atom Z3745 processor of the Mesa 2 with a Quad-core Intel Pentium N4200 processor. This allows the Mesa 3 to get everything done just that little bit faster, saving you time and frustration. By improving both the storage capacity and the on-board RAM, the Mesa 3 allows you to work on even larger jobs without fear of overloading the data collector, a common problem in the Mesa 2.