Seems Dell is the latest company to jump on the rugged-notebook bandwagon. Dell’s D620 ATG (All-Terrain Grade) laptop is a response to Panasonic’s infamous line of ToughBook computers that can take pretty much anything thrown at them (literally). The base model starts at $2500 and comes with a 14-inch widescreen display, up to 4GB of RAM, Core 2 Duo CPUs, port covers, shock-mounted hard disks, and a spill proof keyboard. Those who are outdoorsmen/clumsy should immediately surf over to Dell.com to order one.
Dell ships ruggedized Latitude portable [Electronista]