By cutting the power consumption of its standalone and combination solutions in half, Atheros is enabling best-in-class wireless features with a greatly reduced impact on the battery life of mobile devices.
The rugged, Android-based, GPS-enabled GD300 weighs only 8 oz. and provides real-time situational awareness to the dismounted soldier, first responder, or commercial field service user.
The WebDT 372 tablet offers options for fully integrated encrypted PIN pad and magnetic stripe reader (MSR) for secure payment transactions leading to PCI compliance.
Field solutions from Antenna, WorkBench, and Xora are now available on the Android platform through AT&T.
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The 3G device -- which will upgrade to 4G in Q2 -- features the tablet-specific Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS, a dual-core processor, 1080p video, mobile hotspot capability, and seamless connectivity to Gmail or Exchange email.