Please note that probably the only thing that is green about this is the colour of the device(!), but we have not seen any reviews for this model available elsewhere on the internet.
However, from a sustainability point of view, parts for the device are guaranteed to be available for 5 years after End-Of-Sale.
This device was bought after testing the Getac X500 for a month, so there will be several comparisions with that model.
The business case for looking at these types of devices included the following reasons:
The following Mildef RW-11 specification was tested:
This device has now been in use for 7 months with Ubuntu 19.10 as the main OS.
Boot speeds are good, and battery life ranges between 3-5 hours depending on CPU usage and screen brightness.
There are 2 fans, even at 100% CPU, the fan does not activate often, but the base of the unit does get extremely warm. When using the FAHClient and the GPU at 100%, the GPU fan does run constantly, which is no surprise.
The (UK) 83 key keyboard is personally preferable, as the 87 key keyboard has a very small Enter key, and the "\" is in an odd position (like some newer HP laptop keyboards)