The laptop features a GPS-Glonass receiver, VGA and HDMI interfaces, a Wi-Fi module and four USB 3.0 ports.
It runs on a sixth-generation 3.5 GHz microchip. The battery ensures up to eight hours of continuous operation at temperatures ranging from minus 50 to plus 50 Centigrade.
Mass production of the new military notebook is slated for the second quarter of 2016.
In another first, newly-developed smart watches have recently been tested by a paratroop unit in Siberia.
Dubbed as “Strelets-Chasovoi” (Sentinel Shooter), the device transmits information about emergency situations via secured digital channels up to 50 kilometers away.