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Obama Keeps BlackBerry, Adds on $3,300 Sectera Edge Super-Secret PDA


President Obama will hold onto his Blackberry afterall and continue to use it for personal communication, but anything government related that is considered classified will more then likely be handled on the Sectera Edge, a $3,300 Super-Secret PDA.

Sectera Edge - Parts

Sectera Edge - Parts

Sectera Edge
Secure Mobile Enviroment Portable Electonic Device [SME PED]

Facts were taken from a video by General Dynamics (company that makes the Sectera Edge) for a summer 2007 NSA Certification. As shown in the video below.

Designed to MIL-STD-810F specification for…

    drop

  • 4ft. drop to concrete,
    26 times. unit still
    operates.
  • water resistance

  • water pressure of 40
    PSIG. 40 min / axis x 6
    axis. unit still operates.
  • heat

  • High Temperature, 60′C
    [140'F] unit still operates.
  • cold

  • Low Teperature, -23′C
    [-9'F] unit still operates.
  • vibration

  • MIL-STD-810F, Method
    514.4. Procedure 1.
    Cat 24, Fig 5C-17&18.
    unit still operates.
  • dust

  • Blowing Dust. Dust Size
    <149 fpr 6 hours.
    unit still operates.


Watch Sectera Edge 2007 NSA Certification Video (click):

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