Monday, 14 March 2016

How Would You Pick a Winner?

Rugged Tablet Computers Have Progressed Significantly in the Past Decade

Who could have predicted the advances in mobile computing technology 10 years ago, what we now see in hand held computers, tablet PCs, convertible laptops and other laptops is astonishing compared to where it all started.
You can go way back to the embryo stages in the 1990’s, then at the start of this century we see the first PDA’s and then in 2010 we see the first iPad unveiled which set a new bench mark.

When you look at the current crop of rugged and semi rugged computers you can still see the D&A of those old devices. Some of these older devices are still in the field providing good service today still supporting ancient operating systems, even as old as Windows XP.
Xplore Tablet one of the first rugged tablet available in the ANZ region

Many changes have taken place over the past decade.  The latest rugged tablet PCs are thinner, lighter and more cost-effective. These new devices can support Barcode, NFC, POS technologies. And of course, rugged and semi rugged tablet computers have become even more durable and at the same time easier to handle, allowing the mobile work force to carry them in all manner of conditions with confidence knowing that they will work exactly as intended.

So who is still delivering this technology that supports your mobile workforce?




RUGGEDPad tries to stay at the front these developments enabling more efficient solutions, we have worked with every imaginable vertical market. Our solutions in rugged technology lead the field; more importantly, they allow businesses to perform their jobs more efficiently, increasing productivity and helping our economy move forward into the future. Today our lives seem to be defined by accelerating returns on investment and RUGGEDPad’s product line ensures that you keep pace with those returns every step of the way.


Compare our range of mobile devices and see RUGGEDPad’s solutions improving the business efforts of many industries.

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Monday, 7 March 2016

What will be Governments Decision?

Private Telcos Best For Public Safety Mobile Broadband?

“Public Safety Mobile Broadband (PSMB) holds considerable potential to improve how the police, fire, ambulance and other public safety agencies (PSAs) deliver their services”

Thursday, 1 October 2015

Which Installation Looks The Most Elegant (they all do the same job)


Simplicity is the Best

See how the UK Police mount their computers

Monday, 20 July 2015

Keeping Tabs on Combat Computing

Military ‘Battle Tablet’

The militarized version of the Casepad is being considered as the “Battle-Tablet” for the UK Future Soldier Programme  and has recently undergone rigorous testing by the military. 

The Specialist Combat trials team took rugged devices from 8 manufacturers to test to see if they would meet the needs of a future dismount requirement. 

An ultra-rugged version of TETRATAB's CASEPAD is currently being tested by UK soldiers, this model can be completely immersed in water for prolonged periods and still be totally serviceable.

Read the full article here 

Thursday, 25 June 2015

How can the Casepad 10 inch tablet be rugged but slimline and shiny ?


are not normally slimline or have a consumer grade look and feel

The new Casepad 10 inch, 8 inch and 5 inch IP65  are the latest technologies and provide great value when compared to over engineered, heavy rugged tablet PCs, providing better value than the consumer grade tablet PCs when it comes to TCO. 

Watch this video to see some of the features and benefits of the Casepad range.

For more information go to RUGGEDPad

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Monday, 22 June 2015

CASEPad Vehicle Mounting: As used by UK Police

RUGGEDPad provide technology for remote and mobile workers. Our devices have specialist telecommunications, including 3G/4G/LTE,PTT and TETRA data services, for resilient connectivity wherever you are.

The Casepad devices can be dash mounted using a specialist connection called the HexMount. 

This mount is discrete and strong and is tested to ensure that the device is correctly and safely held in the case of an accident. Having the device dockable allows not only the end user to take the device with them but also allows the IT department to swap devices in the car easily keeping the vehicle on the road as much as possible.

Watch this short video to see how the UK police use the Casepad mounted in their vehicles.

For more information on these solutions please contact RUGGEDPad:

Call 1300 789 955