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Rugged Tablet Screen With Digitizer Pen
Is a Rugged Tablet Right for Your Application?

Today’s consumer-grade tablets are impressive, but also often unequipped to meet the challenging demands of industrial applications. This leads to an increased need for rugged, utilitarian tablets. Industrial tablets are purpose-built and purpose-driven tools. Sectors where time and safety are essential benefit from these powerful and targeted pieces of equipment. Once an organization decides to… 

MJ-80 Medical Grade Android Tablet
5 Ways Portable Tablets Are Used in the Medical Field

Ever since portable tablets entered the marketplace, medical professionals have been seeking ways to use them to improve patient care. Initial concerns about HIPAA compliance and protecting patient privacy have been largely alleviated by network security improvements and specific healthcare apps. Today’s medical tablets are used to access pharmaceutical information, collect patient data, and share… 

RV Control System
Intelligent RV Control System – Putting You In Command

RVs and camping vehicles today are a far cry from ages past. They are chock full of powered, connected features. From slide-out bays and awnings to lighting units, heat, AC, pumps and utilities, everything is connected and controllable. This technology has advanced recently with the introduction of efficient power converters that integrate smart equipment circuit… 

Chip Manufacturing
How ODM Can Expand Your Equipment Functions – No More Off-The-Shelf Limitations

When it comes time to select a new product platform, there’s one question that always, invariably jumps to the forefront. COTS (Commercial-Off-The-Shelf) vs ODM (Original-Design-Manufacturer) developed systems. Often, to a software or project designer, the most simple path forward is to identify product goals and requirements, and find a system that is already available that… 

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Pocket-Sized Medical Tablet PCs make Paperless Offices a Reality – Estone Tech’s 8” MJ-80

Medical records are now fully electronic. It’s no longer a trend – it is the reality. The accessibility, efficiency, security, and cost savings of electronic medical records have long since made paper records a thing of the past. It’s now a challenge to find even an independent practitioner anywhere that still uses paper records. However,…