Device Specifications G450A1

Device Specifications G450A1

The newest addition to our G-Class of devices, this 10.1” tablet includes our signature 450 chipset, global LTE bands, certification for more than 50 countries, and Pogo Pins for versatility. Perfect for retail, sign-in kiosks, clinical trials, medical devices, logistics, and more—this device is designed to be flexible for any use case.
We name all of our devices with a letter followed by a number. The letter or “Class” as we call it maps directly to a screen size selected for longevity. The number or “Series” represents a performance tier and directly maps to a chipset powering the device.

Keeping these two categories in mind we design enterprise hardware built to last and grow with your business.

A Class1” form factor (smart watch, etc)
B Class2-4” form factor
C Class4-5.0” form factor
D Class6” form factor
F Class8” form  factor
G Class10 ” form factor
H Class13.3” form factor
I  Class18-21.5” form factors

Low: 200 Series Qualcomm Chip
Med: 400 Series Qualcomm Chip
High: 600 Series Qualcomm Chip

What is “A1”?

You can think of any letters and numbers you see following the device series as “versions”. As part of Mason’s promise to our customers we guarantee 5+ years of supply for a particular Class and Series combination. At the start of the project we will perform a supply chain audit and plan a roadmap that aligns with your product goals.

Over those five years small components may change, or even the underlying chipset as Qualcomm launches a new platform, but we will work together to ensure the hardware you’re buying always has the same fit, form and function with no surprises.

How do I use this information?

Understanding the device class and series will help you select a device that meets the needs of your product. If your application is fairly simple and doesn’t require too many resources you may opt for the lower end device in the 200 series which translates to cost savings. Or perhaps you are building an AI/Machine learning product that needs to use computer vision? A 400 or 600 series would perform better for that use case.

Love it, now what?

Once you’ve landed on a device class and form factor you like take a checkout the detailed specs by downloading the data sheet below. it seems like a match, Sign up for a Mason Account to get started. Once your Mason account is created you can Order A DevKit for your team to start evaluating the hardware and testing your application.

Don’t see a device that meets your needs today? Contact to talk about what’s on our roadmap and custom solutions. 
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Device Specifications