Trimble T100 Tablet Delivers High-Performance Computing in the Field

by | Apr 15, 2021

Sleek, rugged tablet operates seamlessly with Trimble Site Positioning Systems and Trimble Siteworks Software for a streamlined user experience

Trimble has announced the Trimble® T100 Tablet, the latest high-performance tablet providing fast data processing for construction surveying applications. The rugged tablet brings fast computing and a large screen to the field, incorporating:

  • 10-inch (25.4 cm) sunlight-readable touchscreen display
  • Directional keypad with programmable function keys
  • Large internal battery (92Wh)
  • Powerful Intel®i5 processor for fast data collection, processing and quality assurance
  • USB-C fast charging capabilities
  • Expandable dual EMPOWER module system, engineered to exceed the expectations of the outdoor field worker
  • User-configurable performance settings
  • IP-65 environmental specifications
  • 2 bracket options allow for different display angles on the pole, enabling users to measure different locations more easily, with maximum flexibility for hard to measure locations


The T100 tablet features the quality you expect from Trimble, with the flexibility to adapt to a variety of configurations and job site conditions, said Scott Crozier, vice president of Trimble Civil Construction. It is engineered to be ergonomic and portable on and off the pole, enabling users to stay mobile while they work, with features that increase productivity and reduce downtime.


Optimized for Trimble Siteworks Software and supporting office applications such as Trimble Business Center, the T100 is appealing to both experienced and novice users. With accessories designed to specifically complement user workflows, the T100 avoids the burden of carrying multiple computing devices, while enabling users to complete quality assurance and quality control before leaving the field.


The Trimble T100 Tablet is now available globally through the worldwide SITECH® distribution channel. For more information, visit:



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