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Rugged Tablets for the Dirty Jobs

Not all work takes place in an office. Many businesses' daily operations occur in less-than-ideal conditions, especially dirty jobs in harsh industries. For frontline workers in mining, oil and gas, construction, or even agriculture, consumer grade devices just won't cut it. Rugged and sealed tablets are designed from the ground up to meet MIL-STD-810g, IP65, and C1D2 standards to ensure worker safety while reducing downtime and increasing efficiency.

Rugged tablets are built to be shock resistant after being bounced around and dropped on plywood, rocks or concrete floors.  Sealed tablets are right at home around dirt, dust, moisture and mud, while operating in desert heat or freezer like cold temperatures.  Some tablets have passed stringent requirements so that they can be used in places where flammable vapors, gases or dust are present and where fire or explosion hazards might exist.

Many users tend to underestimate the hazards their tablets will be subjected too, so it's important to lean on the side of being extra rugged. This ensures your tablet won't fall short of your rugged needs, ensuring worker safety. Investing in the right rugged tablet means bright sunlight, rain, chemicals, dirt or rough-and-tumble work environments are just another day at the “office.”

Interested in finding a durable, reliable, and capable rugged tablet solution? Check out our C1D2 certified, xTablet T1680 or reach out to our MobileDemand Sales Team and we can help you find the right tool for the dirtiest of jobs.

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