High performance in the field - The Trimble® T10 tablet brings the advantages of fast computing power and a large screen to the field. Combined with integrated GNSS capabilities, the T10 is a powerful, rugged device created for survey fieldwork, mapping, and GIS data collection and at the same time supports demanding desktop applications.

Key features of the Trimble T10 Tablet:

  • Large 10.1-inch screen ensures easy data viewing

  • High screen resolution provides detailed information and enhanced map interaction

  • IP-65, military-grade (MIL-STD-810G) ruggedness certification to handle extreme elements, drops and shocks

  • Hot-swappable long life Li-Ion batteries keeps you working as long as you need to

  • Integrated wireless connectivity options include Wi-Fi, 4G LTE cellular and 2.4 GHz spread-spectrum radio

  • Powerful Intel® 6th Generation Core™ i7 processor handles complex, data-hungry applications with ease. No need carry a separate computer, controller or data collector

  • Rapid and efficient processing of large data sets for detailed analysis and visualization in the field

  • Faster results allow for QA/QC on the job to avoid missed data or additional trips

  • Supports latest Windows® 10 operating system running commercially available field and office applications

  • Supports Trimble Access™ field software and Trimble Business Center office software


  • The perfect solution for survey professionals carrying out survey or hybrid survey-imaging workflows that require interaction with maps, images or point cloud data. It also functions as a controller for survey instruments, including the Trimble SX10 scanning total station, and as a field-processing platform

  • GIS users in many organizations including municipalities, utility companies, and environmental agencies can take advantage of the T10’s capabilities to reliably map, inspect, and collect data. It is ideal for carrying out utility asset inspections, biological surveys, mapping wetland delineation or endangered species, performing maintenance checks on street furniture, road signage, and more. Then, back in the office, data can be processed and integrated directly into your organization’s geodatabase