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Is there still a need for Rugged?

Apr 10, 2018 • FeaturesHardwareJackson WhiteXploreGetachardwarejanamRobert HurtruggedTom Kost

As we see consumer-grade devices becoming increasingly more ruggedised with many high-end devices now being IP68 certified is there any need for field service companies to continue to invest in more expensive equivalents offered by specialist...

Latest Rugged Tech on Show at Varlink’s Meet the Manufacturer Event 2018

Mar 26, 2018 • FeaturesHardwareLabelMateLorien LIghtfootMike PullonZebraGen2WavehardwareHoneywellIntelliTrackjanamJonathan BrownRobert HurtruggedRugged MobileSBVVarlink

Varlink, the specialist Mobile Computing, Auto ID and EPOS Distributor, held its 2018 Meet the Manufacturer (MTM) event on 15th March at Whittlebury Hall, Northamptonshire, where partners had the opportunity to meet resellers and to demonstrate...

Janam announce the launch of the XT100

Mar 20, 2018 • HardwareNewsMobileXT100janamruggedRugged Touch Computers

Janam has recently announced the launch of its XT100 series of rugged touch computers. Packed with business-critical features that enterprise organizations require, the XT100 surpasses its competition by delivering the latest enterprise-grade...

Why Nanowear's breakthrough technology could pave an important path for field service

Feb 26, 2018 • FeaturesHardwareLone workerlone worker protectionNanowearVijay VardanwearablesField Service MedicalSmart CLothingVen Vardan

Kris Oldland, Editor-in-Chief, Field Service News, takes a look at a new line in wearable technology aimed at the medical sector launched by Nanowear and explains why he thinks it could be an essential aspect for field service worker safety...

Why So Many Mobility Projects are Stalling (Maybe Even Yours)?

Nov 01, 2017 • FeaturesHardwareXploreBob AshenbrennerruggedSandy McCaskySOTI

Ahead of an upcoming webinar with Field Service News, Xplore’s John Graff takes a look at why ultimately so many mobility projects fail to deliver the return on investment they promise...

Xplore offer dramatically increased performance for 12” rugged tablet series XSLATE R12

Jul 25, 2017 • HardwareNewsXploreXSLATE R12hardwareruggedtablets

Xplore Technologies Corp. and Intel Corporation have announced that the fastest rugged tablet available today, the Windows®-powered XSLATE R12, is gaining another significant boost in speed, power and storage capacity as Xplore becomes the first...

HANDS ON: XPLORE TECHNOLOGIES XSLATE R12

Jul 04, 2017 • FeaturesHardwarePanasonicPanasonic ToughbookXplore TechnologiesXSLATE B10XSLATE R12hardwareruggedrugged tablets

We return to our ever popular hardware review series as Kris Oldland runs the rule over the newly beefed-up XSLATE R12 from Xplore Technologies...

Did HP just go and redefine computing in field service whilst our back was turned?

Jun 28, 2017 • FeaturesHardwarehardwareHP x3

Hewlett Packard isn’t a name that jumps to the top of the list when thinking of hardware providers within the field service sector. Neither for that matter do Windows Phones in general. So when the HP Elite x3 was launched in October last year...

RuggON Announces the VX-601, the Rugged In-vehicle Terminal

May 16, 2017 • HardwareNewshardwareruggedRuggONtablets

RuggON Corporation, a leader in the design and manufacturing of ruggedized computing products, recently launched a new rugged in-vehicle terminal, the VX-601, which provides superb visibility from a large, bright, sunlight-readable touchscreen...

Xplore Launches New XSLATE D10 Rugged Tablet PC with Android 6.0.1, Marshmallow Operating System

Apr 06, 2017 • HardwareNewsAndroid 6MarshmallowXploreD-10rugged tablet

 Xplore Technologies Corp has recently announced its flagship Android™ rugged tablet, the XSLATE D10, is available with the upgraded Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow operating system. The Intel®-powered XSLATE D10 has long been considered the “fully...

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