Enterprise Tablet PC

— August 08, 2013

TabletKiosk, a provider of slate-style tablet PCs and customized mobility solutions for the enterprise, has launched the Sahara NetSlate a525.

Powered by the Intel Atom N2800 processor, and featuring 4GB of DDR3L RAM, the device is designed to run embedded applications. The Sahara NetSlate a525 features  over 300% better battery life than the previous model, integrated front and rear facing cameras and a true RS-232 serial port as a build-to-order option. 

The tablet offers user flexibility by running Windows 7 Professional, Windows 8 Pro, Windows Embedded or Linux. 

Additionally, the device features dual hot swappable batteries, Gigabit Ethernet (RJ45), WiFi 802.11n, universal 3G WWAN, Bluetooth 4.0, two full-size USB 2.0 ports, and full compatibility with the Business Smart accessory ecosystem created for the company’s flagship Sahara Slate PC line of tablet PCs.

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