New Unitech product launched: TB100, a 7" rugged Android tablet

Unitech Europe is introducing a brand new Unitech product, the 7" WXGA rugged Android based tablet: TB100. It is the first rugged tablet including 3,75G feature that is weighing less than 600 grams. Thanks to the durable design including, anti-slipping rubber protection, Gorilla Glass, IP65 rating and 1.2m drop, this tablet is a flexible and durable mobile solution for many industries.

Ultimate flexibility, inside and out

The TB100 has been developed with both mobile and in-store worker in mind. This professional 7" tablet is scratch- and bump- resistant. It can easily be used inside as well as outside the four walls. The multi-touch LCD screen provides excellent visibility and user friendliness in any situation. Featuring integrated 3,75G WWAN, this tablet offers the mobile worker the flexibility that's needed and still provides secured data storage and transfer. The additional pocket size CCD scanner for intensive scanning purposes expands the flexibility of the TB100 even further.

"We have noticed the growing request for rugged tablets from the market. That is why Unitech has put in a serious investment to fulfill this request. The TB100 is an important step for now and the future. It is the next level in offering the right products and support to help our customers achieve higher productivity and more efficient operations", Jeffrey Huang, Managing Director of Unitech Europe.

Remote device management

Together with the new TB100, Unitech offers great enhancements by the means of 12Manage, Unitech's remote device management system. This Unitech solution is created to ease the management and integration of devices. Updating user applications or knowing status details of all connected terminals (battery, running application, Wifi) is quick and easy with this free of cost software solution.

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