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Product Release: Unitech Announces The New TB120: It's Android for Business


February 03, 2016 - Our durable Android tablet is in stock and available through all authorized Unitech resellers. Running the fastest growing OS in the world on business-grade, professional hardware, the TB120 (buy here from Legacy Technology Services) is no ordinary consumer tablet.


The TB120 is all business. Born for heavy data input and long shifts, the TB120 comes equipped with a barcode scanner, physical keyboard, a scratch and shatter-proof screen, and an optional mag. stripe reader. This means the TB120 is geared up for gloved operation and multiple drops to hard surfaces. Accidents happen, and the TB120 is ready.

Investing in new technology and making the switch to Android is the right move for many companies. With an environmental seal against dust and moisture (IP65) and military grade certified reliability, businesses can guard against the cost of expensive repairs, broken screens, and downtime. The sheer toughness of the TB120 protects an investment in Android, maintains a low cost of ownership, and keeps productivity high.

Data input is as simple as swiping on the startlingly clear 7” Gorilla Glass touchscreen, scanning a barcode of any symbology, or using the ergonomic 37-key keyboard. “Consumer-grade tablets simply don’t cut it when it comes to data collection,” said Unitech America Sales Manager Brian Silence. “Practical features like keyboards help bring tablet computing to businesses in a way that makes sense.” The TB120’s all-in-one functionality make it a standout in the world of rugged Android.

The TB120 rugged tablet is a powerful inventory tool for any warehouse or small business. The aggressive scanning and expanded screen reduce any errors that may occur in high volume scanning, while the form factor is easy and comfortable to hold. The high durability of the device make it suitable for more on-the-go applications such as traveling in a truck or making delivery confirmations on the field.

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