Janam unveils rugged tablet with u-blox inside

January 15, 2020  - By
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The HT1 is a slim, light, powerful “Android Enterprise Recommended” tablet

Photo: Janam

Photo: Janam

Janam Technologies, a provider of rugged mobile computers that capture data and communicate wirelessly, has introduced a powerful and advanced 8-inch rugged tablet. The HT1 is designed to improve line of business applications including put-away and replenishment, cross docking, shipping and receiving, inventory management, merchandising and clientele management.

Besides a stylish design paired with military-grade ruggedness, the HT1 offers dual-frequency GNSS using the u-blox M8 chip. It can provide accuracy within three feet in open skies and 15 feet in denser environments.

Janam introduced the tablet at the National Retail Federation Annual Conference and Expo (NRF 2020), taking place Jan. 11-14 in New York City.

As part of Google’s Android Enterprise Recommended (AER) program, Janam’s HT1 completed rigorous testing and is guaranteed to meet the most demanding enterprise-level requirements. AER certification also ensures a seamless deployment, familiar user experience and secure managed updates to deliver immediate improvements in productivity.

HT1 Facts

  • The HT1 rugged tablet provides latest-generation speed and performance and is purpose-built to thrive in any industry including retail, warehousing, manufacturing, field service, transportation, construction, law enforcement, hospitality and other tough work environments.
  • As a rugged tablet running Android 9 (with ability to be upgraded to future generations of Android) in Google’s AER program, the HT1 delivers a premium experience for mobile workers. Timely security updates extend the HT1’s product lifecycle while providing IT teams with more control to keep business-critical data safe and secure.
  • With LTE speeds up to three times faster than most 4G LTE devices, advanced Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology, Janam’s HT1 provides robust connectivity and lightning-fast voice and data inside four walls and out on the road.
  • The versatile HT1 features a 14-pin pogo connector to easily attach accessories such as Janam’s optional 2D imager module to provide high-performance scanning of printed and mobile barcodes. High-resolution front and rear cameras provide HT1 users with additional data capture support for proof-of-delivery, proof-of-condition, proof-of-service and more.
  • Sealed to IP67 standards, the HT1 provides reliable operation in the rain, snow or dust. It is MIL-STD-810G certified to withstand tumbles, vibration, ballistic shocks and repeated drops to concrete across a wide temperature range.
  • Equipped with an 8200 mAh hot-swappable and rechargeable battery, as well as a low-power Qualcomm octa-core processor with efficiency-boosting features, the HT1 provides all-day battery life for uninterrupted usage and maximum productivity.
  • A standard two-year warranty provides customers with both peace of mind and the level of service they expect, at no additional cost, with optional comprehensive service plans available to those that want to further extend their mobile computing investment.
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Tracy Cozzens has served as managing editor of GPS World magazine since 2006, and also is editor of GPS World’s sister website, Geospatial Solutions. She has worked in government, for non-profits, and in corporate communications, editing a variety of publications for audiences ranging from federal government contractors to teachers.

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