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The new Rugged Mobile Tablet boom is driving business forward
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The new Rugged Mobile Tablet boom is driving business forward

The new Rugged Mobile Tablet boom is driving business forward

There has been an increase of 63% of UK companies looking to mobile-enable business practices according to ComputerWeekly.com.

IT Pro reported that the second quarter of 2020 saw global tablet shipments increase by more than a quarter, from 29,7 million to 37.5 million.   This is largely due to the rise in remote working and the heightened demand for virtual office components, and tablets that “tick so many boxes for remote work and education use”, according to Canalys analyst Ishan Dutt.

Andrew Cahill, managing director of MobileWorxs, specialists in rugged tablets for enterprises in the UK and EMEA, said that tablets are experiencing a revival due to their affordability combined with added functionality compared to cell phone and laptops. “The new generation tablets are designed for rugged and robust usage for example, in the field, in-premise in factories and warehouses, in healthcare facilities, or by government utilities.

“There are a wide range of tablets, from Microsoft Surface to the more rugged tablets from global companies like MobileDemand, that offer a wide range of accessories, such as rugged cases, cameras, forklift mounts, barcode scanners, full communication options etc, which means that these devices can now be used effectively in rugged environment by the workforce, and also link to a company’s backend software system.”

Cahill says the bottom end of the tablet market is seeing growth with the introduction of entry level products that are robust, affordable and functional, such as the new Flex Series which a good business solution for those users working to a budget but need a little more ruggedness than a consumer grade tablets.

“One of the main attributes of these tablets is the inbuilt durability as they come with a scratch proof screen protector and highly protective silicone case. All the corners have rugged bumpers, and have been drop tested 26 times from 5 foot to plywood over concrete,” he added.

The new Rugged Mobile Tablet boom is driving business forward

MobileWorxs

MobileWorxs aims to help companies across FMCG, transport and logistics, health and government sectors improve the productivity, efficiencies and responsiveness of workers through the use of application-specific rugged mobile devices.

The company focuses on mobile solutions that are quick to develop and deploy with minimal disruption to business, delivering a rapid return of investment. www.mobileworxs.com

MobileDemand

MobileDemand is a technology leader in rugged tablets and mobile computing solutions, committed to bringing more functionality and capabilities to the mobile workforce. Specializing in the design of integrated productivity tools for barcode scanning, point-of-sale, magnetic stripe reading, PIN pad entry, 3D and thermal imaging, dimension measurement, and mounting hardware for myriad on-the-go applications, the company is driving the future of mobile productivity.

MIL-STD 810G certified, rugged protection features of cases and accessories empower organizations to get more done in the field with rugged tablets that withstand drops, dust, water, humidity, and adverse conditions where unprotected electronics fail. Since 2003, the Iowa, USA-based company has grown to serve more than 40 countries. To learn more and contact MobileDemand, visit ruggedtabletpc.com.

For more information about the use of tablets in the workplace, contact MobileWorxs on +44 (0)1905 799555 or visit their website.

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Post source : MobileWorxs

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Anthony has worked in the construction industry for many years and looks forward to bringing you news and stories on the highways industry from all over the world.

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