It’s the same old story. You find yourself lost behind enemy lines with nothing but your wits to keep you alive. Wouldn’t you like an all-in-one mobile device to help you find your way backÂ to the land of McDonalds and Inception jokes? That’s where the General Dynamics Itronix GD300 comes in.
This mobile device uses Android as an OS and comes packed in with a gad of military-grade functions. It is wrist or chest mounted and has a beefy GPS functionality, as well as the ability to connect to tactical radios. What’s under the hood? A 600MHz ARM Cortex A8 processor, 256MB of memory, 8GB flash storage and a 3.5-inch, 800 x 480 “glove-friendly” and “sunlight readable” touchscreen display.
Sure that doesn’t sound so different from the usual smartphone specs, but consider this:Â The GD300 is virtually indestructible. Perfect for hiding in a cave or a swamp for months on end as you slowly, but surely, destroy your enemies. Go America!