HIAWATHA — MobileDemand has introduced its newest rugged handheld computer, which incorporates sunlight-readable screen technology that could help the company reach new markets.
The growing Hiawatha-based computer company’s xTablet T7200 has a seven-inch high touch screen display with new daylight viewing technology.
“It features our new xView Pro display technology, which not only significantly conserves battery life, it offers enhanced viewing in bright sunlight to better serve the productivity needs of field workers anywhere,” MobileDemand President Matt Miller said.
He added that tablet carries an upgraded processor for more power and performance. It meets Military 810G standards for drops and shocks and has an IP65 sealant rating to protect against water and dust.
The new tablet follows on the successful launches of the C1200 18 months ago and the T7000 in late 2009. A company spokeswoman said the screen could enhance its appeal in new markets such as law enforcement, where bright-sunlight conditions of outdoor police work has long been a hindrance.
The xTablet T7200′s features also could prove appealing to field service works such as heating, ventilation and air conditioning technicians.
MobileDemand ranked 1,034 on the 2012 Inc. 5000 list of the nation’s fastest growing private companies, with a three-year revenue growth of 306 percent.