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Webcast Excerpt: The Continuing Evolution of Rugged Mobile Computing

Jul 31, 2018 • FeaturesHardwareMobility solutionsXploreBob AshenbrennerCliff Adamsfield servicefield service managementRugged ComputingRugged HandheldsRugged laptopsrugged tabletService ManagementSteve Priestly

In this excerpt from a recent Field Service News webcast sponsored by rugged computing specialist Xplore Technologies FSN Editor-in-Chief, Kris Oldland is joined by Steve Priestly and Cliff Adams of Xplore and Bob Ashenbrenner of Durable Mobility...

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...

Webinar: Shop Smarter: How to Effectively Map Out Your Next Mobility Project

Dec 12, 2017 • videoFeaturesMobilityXploreBob AshebrennerhardwareruggedSandy McCaskie

In the latest of our Field Service News webinars, FSN Editor-in-Chief, Kris Oldland was joined by Sandy MCaskie, Sales Director EMAC for Xplore and Bob Ashenbrenner,President Durable Mobility Technologies as they gave an excellent session as...

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...

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...

XPLORE AND CLS AMERICA PARTNER TO LAUNCH THE FIRST SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS RUGGED TABLET FOR GLOBAL INDUSTRIES

Feb 22, 2017 • HardwareNewsMark HolleranMichael KellyXploreCLSrugged tabletSattelite CommunicationsThorium X

The world's longest-establish rugged tablet PC maker, Xplore Technologies, has partnered with CLS America to launch the Thorium X, a first-in-class satellite communications tablet system based on the Xplore XSLATE D10 Android rugged tablet PC,...

Xplore Technologies launch XSlate R12

Nov 14, 2016 • HardwareNewsXplorerugged

Xplore Technologies has recently launched the XSLATE R12 detachable rugged tablet PC in the UK and Europe.

XPLORE ONLY OEM TO EXCLUSIVELY DESIGN AND DELIVER RUGGED TABLETS FOR 20 YEARS

Aug 29, 2016 • HardwareNewsXplorehardwarerugged

Xplore Technologies Corp. (NASDAQ: XPLR) has started its 20 year anniversary celebration.  Since 1996, Xplore Technologies has exclusively engineered and delivered one of the most complete lines of purpose-built rugged tablet technologies on...

Motion F5m tablet shipping again after sharing the stage with Xplore for the first time

Jun 26, 2015 • HardwareNewsmotionXplorehardwareService Management Expo

Companies keen to deploy the Motion F5m tablet, who have been thwarted by lack of availability got some good news at last week's Service Management Expo - new owners Xplore Technologies announced that the tablet has begun shipping again.

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