Motorola ET1 Tablet Aimed at Enterprise Market
The ET1 tablet offers a suite of features and accessories, including a design to withstand bumps and drops.Motorola Solutions, a provider of communication products and services for enterprise and government customers, unveiled the ET1 tablet, the company's entry into the enterprise tablet market. The ET1, designed for a variety of vertical markets, offers enhanced durability, an optional bar code scanner and magnetic stripe reader, hot-swappable battery packs, and secure system software. Key accessories such as secure multi-slot recharging stations are also available. The ET1 tablet, which will be available in the fourth quarter of 2011, boasts a durable design to withstand multiple bumps and drops during a workday as well as a memory backup battery to retain RAM data for up to 15 minutes when the main battery is removed, single- and multi-slot tablet and battery chargers, front- and rear-facing cameras, Bluetooth-connected handheld bar code scanners, mobile-payment readers and mobile printers, and an optional hand strap for comfortable full-shift handling.
The ET1 also incorporates a durable Gorilla Glass 7-inch color display, designed for customer-facing applications containing video and images. In addition, the screen bezel can be customized to match the retailer's brand. Supported by Motorola's portfolio of software modules including RhoElements, an HTML5 application enablement framework, businesses can now develop enterprise applications once and deploy them on both traditional Windows Embedded Handheld and Android-based Motorola devices.