Microsoft Windows 10 is twenty days away from launch. Here's 10 features of the new operating system that we think you'll love.Read More
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As you may have heard by now, Microsoft is releasing Windows 10 this summer. July 29 to be exact. In order to help prepare you for the new operating system, we've put together a list of five benefits of Windows 10.Read More
As I'm sure you've heard by now, Microsoft Windows 10 is coming soon. Very soon! Not only for consumer tablets that you buy at Best Buy, Target, Walmart and others, but for enterprise-grade rugged tablets as well.Read More
Adding to its broad & growing family of innovative tablets, MobileDemand introduced the xTablet T1600 rugged tablet for business, an 11.6” device engineered for the on-the-go professional seeking top performance in a ruggedized form factor. Industries such as field service, field sales, retail, healthcare, warehousing and public sector will all benefit from this state-of-the-art tablet by enabling them to run full versions of its enterprise software along with standard Microsoft Windows applications in a large screen format. MobileDemand now offers customers the widest variety of form factors and price points of enterprise grade tablets in the industry. Six variations of ruggedness, sealing, size, and weight now offer the right tablet for any given job.
What's cheaper and more rugged than an 64GB iPad Air tablet? The new xTablet Flex 10 from MobileDemand! The new Windows 8 tablets start at only $695 and comes standard with a rugged case, scratch-proof screen protector, hand straps, 4GB RAM, 64GB drive, WiFi, Bluetooth and an Intel Bay Trail-T Z3770 processor.
MobileDemand announced on Wednesday, April 30th, the availability of a new thin and rugged Windows tablet called the xTablet T1400. Compact and lightweight for mobile enterprise users, the fully-rugged xTablet T1400 is feature rich with a 10.1” high resolution display, high capacity hot-swappable batteries, barcode scanner and full Windows 8.1 or 7 operating system.
The rugged tablet industry over time has adopted testing standards developed by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), the U.S. military (MIL-STD 810G), the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), and other organizations. These testing standards include test methods and certain performance guidelines that must be met in order for a tablet computer to legimately be considered “rugged” by typical industry expectations. These industry standards are extensive and include many requirements, the most often used being: high and low storage and operating temperatures, specifications on the tablet's ability to withstand numerous vibration and humidity conditions, as well as the ability for a tablet to endure rigorous tumble and drop tests. And if that’s not enough, various rain and powerful jetting water tests are employed to verify sealing integrity.
Have you ever waited for a technician to arrive at your home to repair or install an item? Today, who doesn’t have a cell phone or the internet to stay in touch with a business? In our fast paced world, no one wants to wait on anyone, especially when our time is so precious and we have other things to do than wait around for a technician to arrive, do their work and depart.
Over the last couple days, much of the United States has been enduring extremely cold temperatures. And chances are that if your employees left their consumer-grade tablets in their vehicles overnight, they're not functioning properly right now. But you can't shut down your operations because it's too cold, business must go on.
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