Mil-Spec Computers and Monitors
VarTech Systems manufactures Mil-Spec and MIL-STD computers and monitors for rugged military applications.
Military Computers Engineered, Manufactured, and Assembled in the U.S.
Proudly made in the United States, our units are designed and built in North Carolina by a team of engineers, manufacturing technicians, and assembly technicians. We offer portable and installed computer solutions for military applications.
As an ITAR-Registered business, we are compliant with U.S. government regulations regarding the selling of military equipment to foreign nations.
Reliable in Rugged Environments
Shock and Vibration Resistance
Often upgraded with shock and vibration-resistant components such as M8, M12, and M23I/O ports., our All-Weather computers are frequently used in offroad military vehicles and naval vessels.
Weatherproof with IP67 Protection
Ready for outdoor use, our portable FieldStation, stationary All-Weather, and small form factor SuperCube are equipped with IP67 protection to stop dust and water ingress.
Reliability in Extreme Temperatures
With upgradeable features supporting operation in below-freezing temperatures or intense desert heat, our units can be relied upon in extreme environments worldwide.
Security Comes First
The most important feature of military computers, our units are engineered with security at the forefront.
Trusted Platform Modules (TPM)
Equipped with Trusted Platform Modules (TPM) as required, our rugged military computers are designed to be reliable solutions for keeping classified data secure.
MIL-DTL 38999 I/O Ports
Our FieldStation units are always equipped with MIL-DTL 38999 connectors. Our All-Weather and small form factor SuperCube also offer these connectors when required for military use.
Our military-grade computers and monitors are typically equipped with EMI shielding technology for reliable performance in hostile environments.
Removable hard drives
Our FieldStation portable computers and SuperCube small form factor computers offer removable hard drives for servicemembers to save sensitive data in the rare event that a computer must be left behind or destroyed.