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Handheld failures frustrate workforce and cost business, research shows

Jan 20, 2020 • FeaturesPanasonicPanasonic ToughbookHardwarereport

Panasonic study shows handheld devices with bar code readers on average fail more than 2.5 times a year and take 2.6 days to repair or replace.

Choosing the Right Devices for your Field Service Engineers

Jul 01, 2019 • Panasonic ToughbookZebraGen2WaveHardwareHoneywelljanamruggedRugged ComputingRugged devicesrugged hardwareRugged laptopsrugged tabletsVarlink

In a market swelling with rugged devices it can be difficult to know which tech is right for you and your team. Field Service News, with help from Varlink, has whittled down the top service tech across a range of categories to help you make the...

A subscription for tech? Mobile workforces could soon be signing up

Feb 06, 2019 • FeaturesPanasonicPanasonic ToughbookHardware

Technology buyers are in favour of spreading the cost of equipping their mobile workforces with notebooks, tablets and handheld devices with 78% of UK technology buyers said they would be interested in a subscription-based solution to equip...

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...

The toughest job: Panasonic competition

Jul 29, 2015 • HardwareNewsPanasonic ToughbookPanasonic ToughpadRugged devices

Got a Toughbook or Toughpad? Panasonic wants to hear from all those people who use these devices for very difficult tasks - jobs that would make the average worker's knees tremble.

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