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I'll be on the move everyday. Would anyone have any good advice?
Cold kills batteries. That's going to be a major problem. Even when they aren't connected to a device, most batteries have very little charge when it's really cold.
Concentrate therefore upon a device which has a very low power requirement, and pick up multiple battery packs (and a charger?) If you are going by vehicle, then ensure you have a 'car charger' setup.
Take care to consider how you'll use a stylus or similar. Big thick gloves don't help that, and at -45 you can't take off your gloves.
Am looking at the Tough Book as it supposedly can operate to -20 degrees? Any folks like Minesoteans, Canadians, Norwegians around who have equipment that operates well with as V3 says low power requirements.
Hey v3 come on out. No car only sea ice, polar bears, nuclear subs to keep us company
I use electronics in freezing cells at -25C without problems, even electronics that weren't designed for those temperatures. The most important thing is to keep your equipment warmer than the environment to prevent condensation, but don't keep it on a wet place like under your clothes.