Dock, Lock and Charge an Enterprise Tablet

— May 05, 2014

The demand for a tablet solution that can dock, lock and charge tablets for various industries and use cases has resulted in ArmorActive’s new Enterprise Tablet Pro—a fully integrated system that offers complete security, integration and connectivity, all while maintaining the mobility, simplicity and ease-of-use for business.

In addition, the Enterprise Tablet Lite (designed for iPad 2, 4, Air, and iPad mini) provides the same functional expertise, without the need for network connectivity. Both systems are designed to accommodate tablet compatibility across multiple OS platforms, as well as create a solution that allows tablets to be mobile, secure and connected for business apps within multiple vertical markets.

“Ever since we started in the tablet kiosk industry, we have had requests for a table stand that can dock, lock, charge and provide mobility,” said Scott Paul, Founder of ArmorActive. These two new tools were designed to eliminate the current challenges of tablet deployments for business apps.

To eliminate integration steps, a turnkey integrated design with a universal connection base plus a protective tablet case was developed, and multiple data inputs for workstations are offered.

To enhance the usability of tablets, the tools also offer:

  • Multiple orientations for easy tablet interactions
  • A lock-and-dock device that provides full connectivity, power and security
  • Complete mobility for the tablet with a single-hand quick release
  • An integrated hand strap behind the case for single-hand hold and carry
  • Reduced shrinkage/loss with RFID card security
  • Tablet protection and improved device longevity with an integrated, full wire management, tablet case

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