JLT Mobile Computers Launches MT3010A Tablet Computer
JLT Mobile Computers has announced the release of the MT3010A tablet computer, which runs on Android 9 suitable for deployment in areas like warehousing.
FREMONT, CA: JLT Mobile Computers, a prominent developer of computers for demanding situations, announces the release of the MT3010A tablet computer, which runs on Android 9. The fully robust tablet is suitable for deployment in areas like warehousing, logistics, food & beverage, transportation, and ports due to its small 10-inch form factor and lightweight.
The MT3010A tablet is a significant boost in performance and capability over the current MT2010A, yet it preserves the prior model's exterior design, dimensions, and peripherals, keeping existing investment in platform peripherals and accessories.
With numerous users familiar with Android operation, Android has a strong market share in smartphones. In addition, Android is a great complement to Microsoft Windows-based systems and infrastructure and a way to migrate away from obsolete legacy systems due to its extensive software and developer support. As a result, Android hardware and software have seen tremendous technological and functional developments, which JLT provides to its clients with the new MT3010A.
"Android is progressing in leaps and bounds in terms of raw performance and what it can do out there in the field," says Per Holmberg, CEO of JLT Mobile Computers. ' We're making sure our customers always get the latest and greatest, and our new MT3010A tablet is a significant step forward for their operations and productivity. With this new unit, were offering a big jump in performance and functionality to give customers in warehousing, ports, and similar environments what they need on the job."
The new MT3010A, like its predecessor, combines sturdy, robust construction with a slim, light, and ergonomic form factor that fits wherever and isn't too heavy for the user. In addition, the tablet can withstand 4-foot (122 cm) drops to concrete, has a vast operating temperature range, is IP65 dustproof and highly water-resistant, and has undergone MIL-STD-810H military stress, drop, and vibration tests.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon SDA660 octa-core processor's considerably higher performance and the higher resolution of its Full HD (1920 x 1200 pixel) capacitive multitouch display with hand, glove, and rain modes, which also provides twice the luminance and optical bonding for optimal sunlight viewability, are some of the MT3010A's immediately apparent advancements (800 vs. 400 nits).
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