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The MobileDemand xTablet T7200 is a fully ruggedized Tablet PC built for professionals that don't have the luxury of working in cozy office buildings.
MobileDemand's at it again with a fully rugged Tablet PC. The xTablet T7200 meets MIL-SPEC standards for durability and is built to operate in harsh environments.
When it comes to mission critical field work, rugged Tablet PCs capable of running Windows and connecting to mobile networks beat consumer tablets. MobileDemand announced that the rugged xTablet 7000 is Gobi 3000 certified, and capable of connecting to 3G network...
Using the right tool for the job is key to productivity. Tips to figure out if you need a rugged Tablet PC or a consumer tablet for the job.
Four Enterprise tablet companies share how the iPad has boosted sales and awareness of the enterprise tablet, and what seperates the two.
If you need a slate that can run Windows applications, these 5 Tablet PCs fit the bill in a variety of form factors.
The hottest smartphone, tablet and notebook news for the week ending in Friday May 13th.
I spent last weekend at Infineon Raceway with the de Ferran Dragon IndyCar team. The team is sponsored by HP and co-owned by the CEO of Seagate.
As we reported last month, MobileDemand is an official sponsor of the Red Bull Racing Team. The NASCAR team runs two cars and is using MobileDemand xTablet T7000's to work more efficiently and to improve communication.
Today MobileDemand officially announced its sponsorship of the Red Bull Racing Team. I'm in Charlotte, North Carolina with the NASCAR team to learn more about how the team uses mobile technology as it preps for the Coca Cola 600. Yesterday I met up with the Re...
It had to happen sooner rather than later. My lovely wife Thomasin got a chance to check out the iPad briefly when we were with my Mom at the hospital.
I decided to see what it's like to use a MobileDemand xTablet T7000 in the rain and if it could in fact handle getting some water on it.
MobileDemand is just starting to ship the xTablet T7000 out to its customers and they were kind enough to send one over for us to torture.
Our friends over at MobileDemand took a trip down to Orlando and shot a quick video of how one of their rugged tablets can help get people out of line and into a water park.
MobileDemand will officially announce the xTablet T7000 tomorrow. The new rugged Tablet PC is much smaller and lighter than the company's previous offerings, but it can still stand up to a lot of abuse. I got a pre-production unit in for review and shot a quick hands...
I'm really enjoying using the two finger touch on the Lenovo X200T Tablet PC. That's saying something since I just don't see touch as being necessary in my usage of a Tablet PC.
We cover ruggedized mobile devices here at GBM whenever we get our hands on them. We've been known to toss MobileDemand devices around casinos, drop Otterbox cases in creeks, and even run over them in cars.
We're excited to announce that MobileDemand is the new sponsor of GBM's InkShows and Podcasts. Matt Miller, President of MobileDemand, has graciously agreed to support our coverage of Tablet PCs and mobile technology.
A lot of businesses are turning to Facebook to create community around their products. It is quickly becoming an important way for companies to communicate directly with the people most interested in their product offerings, as well as get sneak peeks at new products, o...
I'm not the only Tableteer who has fingers in the show biz world. Fellow MVP and owner of TabletPC2.com does as well and I love when she writes about performers and their teams that use Tablet PCs.
Many of our readers are looking to get in to a tablet pc for the very first time. As one might expect, the terrain can be a little difficult to navigate.
MobileDemand loves to show off their rugged Tablet PCs with videos of the devices getting hammered, dropped, tossed, you name it.
The folks at MobileDemand got some good news yesterday when they placed #148 in the 2008 Inc. 500 fastest growing private companies list.
MobileDemand, the maker of the durable xTablet T8700, has been certified by Anheuser-Busch to be used for its sales and distribution services.
When folks get their hands on a MobileDemand xTablet T8700, they normally try to push the edges in testing. Such is the case here.
One of the most entertaining stress tests I've seen for a rugged tabletPC came from our very own GBM Team covering CES 2008 while abusing MobileDemand's xTablet.
Only MobileDemand would think of this: using a T8700 Rugged Tablet PC to hit a baseball. .
MobileDemand is continuing to make progress in the rugged tablet pc space, this time inking a deal with Affiliated Foods Midwest: Affiliated Foods Midwest, a member-owned grocery cooperative headquartered in Norfolk, Neb., recently partnered with rugged Tablet PC ma...
Yikes! Those folks at MobileDemand sure know how to drive a point home. Check out this video of them using a rugged xTablet PC as a hammer.
The folks at MobileDemand and the Box Canyon Dairy have been putting rugged Tablet PCs to the test, using them to help streamline management of the dairy's breeding and vet procedures.
A lot of readers like to know how different screen technologies work indoors and out. In this video from MobileDemand, they compare their xView screen to their standard display.
And you thought our abuse of MobileDemand's xTablet T8700 was bad? Check this out! Here is run down by clip of what they do to the xTablet T8700 Tablet PC Insanity Short demonstration clips showing how much abuse the xTablet rugged Tablet PC can take.
Sharp viewers watching MTV's Rock The Cradle noticed that the judges were sporting MobileDemands xTablet T8700. Notice the tablets sitting on a table next to Belinda Carlisle of The Go-Go's.
Major kudos to MobileDemand for being awarded Technology Company of the Year by the Technology Association of Iowa. Checkout this press release for more information: The Technology Association of Iowa last week named MobileDemand ®, a Cedar Rapids-based rugged Tab...
If you watched us trying to destroy Mobile Demand's T8700 Rugged Tablet PC in our last InkShow, you might be surprised to know that the T8700 is actually still working! If you have not seen that InkShow yet, I highly encourage you to do so.