1985 - MiTAC forms Defence Electronics Division.
MiTAC forms Defence Electronics Division.
1989 - GE Aerospace and MiTAC established Getac brand in Taiwan as a 50/50 joint venture.
1990 - RCS 86/35 ships with central computer and I/O processor module with temperature range from -55C to 71C.
1991 - T-series debut as the first rugged portable luggage computer with four full size expansion slots.
1992 - N-series launches as first rugged military notebook computer with military connectors and GPS.
1993 - Introduced I-series rugged notebook for heavy industrial application.
1994 - L-series launches as Getac's first light weight rugged portable notebook.
1995 - Began manufacturing first A-series rugged notebook featuring magnesium-alloy chassis.
Certified as an ISO 9001 company.
Getac, Inc. established in California for North American sales and service.
1996 - CA-series rugged tablet PC launches.
1997 - Certified as an ISO 14001 company.
1998 - Began manufacturing consumer/commercial notebooks for key internationally recognized brand.
2001 - Compact W-series rugged notebook launches with 10" LCD display and weighted five pounds.
2002 - Began manufacturing law enforcement rugged computer for key internationally recognized brand.
IPO on Taiwan Stock Exchange, under ticker number 3005.
2003 - Certified as an OHSAS 18001 company.
2004 - Launch M220, Getac first 14"/15" large screen size rugged notebook.
Began manufacturing LCD televisions and MP3 players as an OEM/ODM supplier.
2006 - Instituted green product production initiative at all manufacturing plants.
Instituted green product production initiative at all manufacturing plants.
2007 - P470 launches as Getac's first semi-rugged notebook.
Merged MiTAC Precision Technology into MiTAC Technology Corporation to expand component module business.
2008 - Getac's adds the 8212 business rugged notebook to the lineup.
B300 launches with the word's first 1200 NITs sunlight readable display in a rugged notebook computer.
E100 launches as industry's lightest 8.4 inch fully rugged tablet weighing just 1.4kg.
PS535E fully rugged GPS PDA are launched.
B300 rugged notebook obtains salt fog certification. [MIL-STD-810F part 509.4]
2009 - 2nd Generation PS535F fully rugged GPS PDA is launched with altimeter and E-compass.
2nd Generation PS535F fully rugged GPS PDA is launched with altimeter and E-compass.
Announced agreement with HP in US to supply and service rugged computers through HP's 3rd Party Solution group.
Established Getac UK to expand rugged sales in England and Scandinavian countries.
Acquired the stake of Waffer Technology Corp., the world's third largest Mg-Al mechanical parts manufacturer.
2010 - Launched industry's best 5-Year bumper-to-bumper warranty.
Added V200 12.1" convertible to fully rugged lineup.
2011 - Launched S400 semi-rugged notebook--the most durable semi-rugged available.
X500 ultra-rugged notebook launches with a large 15.6" high-definition display, expansion chassis and powerful processor.
2012 - Getac X500 Fully Rugged notebook won Taiwan Excellence Awards--Gold Award.
The PS336 handheld device debuts with Getac's pioneering Flexiconn™ technology for expanded device capability.
Getac takes service to the next level by forming a partnership with FedEx TechConnect to provide repair service for Getac products.
Getac secures their hold in the smaller form factor space with the launch of the Z710 Android-based tablet.
2013 - Getac launches the most technological advanced fully rugged tablet with android 4.1
Getac Introduces X500 Mobile Rugged Server
Getac Announced significant upgrades to one of its flagship products – the B300 fully rugged notebook.
THINNEST AND LIGHTEST EVER MADE - Getac V110 fully rugged convertible and F110 fully rugged tablet launch
2014 - GETAC T800 8.1" FULLY RUGGED TABLET DESIGNED FOR THE MOBILE WORKER