AAEON RTC-1010RK – An RK3399 powered rugged Android 11 tablet with hot-swap battery and IP65 rating

AAEON’s RTC-1010RK is a 10.1-inch (1280 x 800) rugged tablet powered by a Rockchip RK3399 processor and can be equipped with up to 4GB LPDDR4 memory and 128GB eMMC flash. It offers robust connectivity with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and optional 4G LTE and Ethernet. It also supports GPS + GLONASS (Default), and BeiDou (Optional) for navigation.

The RTC-1010RK is an IP65-rated tablet with protection against dust and water splashes. Additionally, it has programmable function keys, NFC/smart card readers, front (8MP) and rear (8MP) cameras, and the option to add a barcode scanner. The hot-swappable battery in the tablet ensures uninterrupted power, making it ideal for demanding field and industrial applications.

It’s not the first rugged tablet from AAEON, as previously, we have written about the AAEON RTC-710AP 7-inch rugged tablet and the AAEON RTC-1010M Windows 10-based semi-rugged tablet. We also reviewed the Higole F7G Plus rugged tablet. Feel free to check those out if you are looking for similar products.

AAEON RTC 1010RK Rockchip RK3399 Powred Rugged Mobile Tablet

AAEON RTC-1010RK Specifications

  • SoC – Rockchip RK3399 hexa-core processor (quad-core Arm Cortex-A53, 1.6 GHz & dual-core Arm Cortex-A72, 2.0 GHz)
  • Memory – 4GB LPDDR4 (default), 2GB as an option
  • Storage
    • 64GB eMMC flash (default), up to 128GB as an option
    • MicroSD card slot
  • Display
    • LCD – 10.1” TFT-LCD Display
    • Resolution – 1280 x 800
    • Max. Colors -16.7M
    • Dot Size – 0.1692mm (H) x 0.1692mm (W)
    • Brightness – 300 nits (800 nits, Optional)
    • Viewing Angle – Horizontal: 170°, Vertical: 170° (Typical)
  • Camera – 8MP front-facing camera, 8MP rear camera with flash
  • Audio – 3.5mm audio jack, speaker
  • Connectivity
    • Optional Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 port via I/O module
    • 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi 5 , Bluetooth v5.2 (EDR + BLE)
    • LTE via M.2 slot, B Key 3042 (optional)
  • GNSS – GPS + GLONASS (default), BeiDou (optional)
  • USB – 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports, 1x USB Type-C port, 2x USB 2.0 ports
  • Serial – 1x RS-232/422/485 COM port
  • Sensors – G-sensor, E-compass, Gyroscope, light sensor
  • Expansion and options
    • M.2 Key-B socket
    • Docking connector with USB 3.2 Gen 1 interface
    • Optional 2D barcode scanner (OPTICON MDI-4100-USB) via I/O module
    • Optional HF RFID with support for ISO 15693 (R/W), ISO 18092 (R/W), ISO 14443-A (R/W), ISO 14443-B (Only Read UID)
  • Misc – Physical keys: –F0, F1 (BCR Trigger Button (When BCR is enabled), F2 (Screenprint), F3 (Audio On/Off), Volume Up (Speaker Volume Up), Volume Down (Speaker Volume Down)
  • Power Supply – 12V DC / 3.34A (40W) via DC jack
  • Battery
    • Master Battery – Hot-swappable battery: 14.4V, 2270mAh, 32.7W
    • Slave Battery – 7.4V, 1530mAh, 11.3W
    • 8-hour battery life based on test configurations
  • Dimensions – 272.0 x 190.0 x 20.4mm
  • Gross Weight – 1.0 kg, depending on configuration
  • Temperature Range
    • Operating: -20°C to 50°C
    • Storage: -30°C to 70°C
  • Humidity – 0% ~ 90% relative humidity, non-condensing
  • Environmental Sealing – IP65
  • Vibration –MIL-STD-810H: 2019, 514.8 Procedure I, Table 514.8C-I Category 4 common carrier
  • Drop – MIL-STD-810H: 2019, 516.8 Procedure IV Drop height: 122cm Number of Drop: 26 times, for all surfaces, edges, and corners Condition: Based on 2“ plywood over concrete
  • SHOCK – MIL-STD-810H: 2019, 516.8 Procedure V
  • ESD – Air charge: +/- 8KV, Contact charge: +/- 4KV
  • Certifications and Standards – UL62368-1, CE, FCC, IC

AAEON RTC 1010RK rugged tablet specifications

The company mentions that the RTC-1010RK will ship with Android 11, and you don’t have to worry about drops, shocks, or vibrations because this tablet is MIL-STD-810H (a military standard that tests a product’s ability to withstand environmental conditions throughout its lifetime) tested for extreme environments.

At the time of writing the AAEON has not declared any pricing information for the tablet, but if you want to get a quote or have any inquiries you can do that from their product page where you’ll also find a datasheet and a manual for download.

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Upgrade pi-top [3]
Upgrade pi-top [3]
1 month ago

Interesting if it ends up competitively priced when compared to the PineTab and someone sticks GNU/Linux on it…

fossxplorer
fossxplorer
1 month ago

Yeah interesting, but probably not inexpensive.

Upgrade pi-top [3]
Upgrade pi-top [3]
1 month ago

Yeah probably not with this spec!

Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)
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The price would probably be close to $1,000 for this type of rugged tablet.

Upgrade pi-top [3]
Upgrade pi-top [3]
1 month ago

Yeouch :O

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 month ago

Its not interesting. The RK3399 is really slow and produce way too much heat. RK3582 or RK3576 that are both 8nm and can run fully on free software would have been more interesting.

Upgrade pi-top [3]
Upgrade pi-top [3]
1 month ago

The RK3399’s been out for quite a while now and seen a fair bit of dev work for running mainline, including from the PINE64 community amongst others, so it at least has a decent chance of being able to run GNU/Linux, though the RK3568 or A311D would probably have been a more sustainable choice?

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