European DLoG has been making industrial PCs since 1990 and has vast
experience in supplying industrial hardware and software solutions (where
the company specializes on touch screen software interfaces).
The company's DLoG X 7 is a compact Windows CE terminal for industrial applications,
generally used in vehicle-mount applications. It has an up-to-date Intel
PXA270 processor with a clock rate of up to 520MHz and runs either Windows
CE 5.0 or Linux. The 8.95 x 6.2 x 3.3 inch device weighs over five pounds;
it's really a tablet slate running Windows CE hardware. The Quarter-VGA
display measures 7 inches diagonal, and can be used landscape or portrait.
There is IP54 or, optionally, IP65 sealing, -22 to 122 degree Fahrenheit
operating temperature, and excellent vibration and shock protection. For
navigation there is a touch interface, though a mouse can also be used.
The X 7 has a full PC Card slot and also an SDIO slot. There are two serial
ports, two USB ports; wireless connectivity is via the card slots. The
housing is coated aluminum and very tough. With its extremely wide operating
temperature range and environmental protection, the X 7 is suitable for many
advanced industrial and logistics applications.
Note that the DLoG X 7, as well as larger and smaller versions, were also sold by Datalogic for a while (see Datalogic R Series). In March of 2010, DLoG was acquired by Advantech of Taiwan, and the DLoG operation was rebranded to Advantech-DLoG.