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Perfectly sized for any geospatial application - The Trimble® T7 Tablet is purpose-built for demanding survey and GIS applications. Featuring a powerful processor, Windows® 10 OS, large memory and a modern user interface, the T7 is a fast, reliable field computer for surveyors and GIS workers alike. Capturing data, visualizing and manipulating maps, and running office applications out on the job site is easy with the T7—and it’s all packaged in a rugged, compact, highly portable device.

​Key features of the Trimble T7 Tablet:

  • Compact, ergonomic design with grip zones and a hand strap for comfortable, secure handling and portability on the job

  • Ultra-rugged performance with MIL-STD-810G certification and IP65/IP68 rating for dust and water to withstand tough conditions and environments

  • Long lasting hot-swappable batteries, featuring LED indicators, for a full day’s work in the field

  • 7-inch multi-touch screen, for finger or stylus, with bright outdoor readable display for full sunshine or shadow

  • Fast Intel Pentium processor, large 8 GB memory, and 128 GB internal storage

  • Windows 10 Pro-powered and with access to the Microsoft® Office Suite, you can install and run the latest office applications in the field

  • Programmable hard keys for fast workflows of common or repetitive functions

  • Upload, sync and share data in real time with integrated wireless communication options including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth® 4.2 and 4G LTE cellular data

  • Dual expansion slots accommodate interchangeable, user-replaceable modules for customized workflows with one device

  • Built-in GNSS receiver supports multiple satellite constellations and SBAS capabilities for accurate real-time positioning

  • Runs Trimble field applications such as Trimble Access™ or Trimble TerraFlex™ software to optimize your survey or GIS workflows

  • Connect to Trimble S Series total stations and Trimble R Series GNSS receivers for a fully integrated solution

The Trimble® T7 tablet is purpose-built for demanding surveying and GIS applications in the field.