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November 2008 - Cygnus Law Enforcement Group Innovation Awards

Computers Category Winner: GoBook VR-2 Vehicle-Rugged Notebook

The Innovation Awards recognize new products and services introduced to the law enforcement market during the previous year. Manufacturers submit their newest and most inventive products for evaluation from a panel of independent judges of law enforcement professionals. There are 15 categories of entries.


April 17, 2008 - 'Best of FOSE 2008' Recognition for the GoBook® MR-1 by Government Computer News

"During FOSE, April 1-3, 2008, GCN’s editors and technology analysts reviewed more than 100 products including the General Dynamics Itronix GoBook MR-1, which was showcased at the Ridgeline Technology booth. Winners were chosen based on four criteria: innovation, usability/applicability to government, relative performance based on specifications and value.


December 17, 2007 - LAPTOP Magazine adds DynaVue Display Techology to its list of Mobile Innovation Awards winners

"Available on the GoBook VR-2 and MR-1, DynaVue makes LCDs viewable in direct sunlight, thanks to polarizing techniques that transform reflected light waves from ambient sources into frequencies undetectable by the human eye."


November 28, 2007 - LAPTOP magazine reviews the GoBook ® VR-2 and bestows the Editor's Choice Award

"What good is a notebook you can use everywhere if you can’t see the screen everywhere? General Dynamics Itronix answers that challenge with the GoBook® VR-2, which incorporates groundbreaking DynaVue® display technology for the best outdoor readability we’ve seen on any laptop."


October 2007 - Cygnus Law Enforcement Group 2007 Innovation Award

The Cygnus Law Enforcement Group announced its 2007 Innovation Awards in October 2007, in conjunction with the annual conference of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. A finalist in the Computers category, the General Dynamics Itronix GoBook® XR-1 notebook packs full voltage processing architecture and an integrated graphics controller power into a thin and light fully rugged frame, weighing just 6.8 pounds with a small footprint         (11.8 inches by 9.65 inches by 1.97 inches).


September/October 2007 - Military Embedded Systems Editor’s Choice Award

Recognized with an Editor’s Choice award in the September/October issue of Military Embedded Systems magazine, the General Dynamics Itronix DynaVue™ technology uses a patent-pending design approach that balances display brightness and contrast ratio and virtually eliminates the internal reflections that wash out display clarity, to optimize viewability in all lighting conditions — including direct sunlight.




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