Pros and cons of common types of memory used in industrial computers

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There are two different implementations that are often considered for long term mission critical applications. One solution is an all-in-one touchscreen computer or panel PC.  The other option is a two-piece solution consisting of an industrial box PC and touchscreen display. 

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A brief overview of how WiFi, Bluetooth, RFID/NFC, and 3G/4G LTE are used with rugged tablet computers.

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Nomenclature can be confusing in specialized fields of engineering and industrial automation.  Hopefully this article will clarify some common terms that are used for industrial computers

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A brief overview of how and where WiFi, Bluetooth, and RFID/NFC are used with healthcare computers

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It’s that time of year when things heat up. The muggy hot weather slows us down and even our pets seem to take it easy in the dog days of summer. Heat is force which affects all elements including living as well as the mechanical.

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The items discussed are some of the main points to consider when choosing an industrial computer or touchscreen panel PC for manufacturing areas.  

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When someone argues that an iPad can run the same application as a certified medical computer they are most likely correct to some limitation. Below is a summary of some basic and critical differences between a consumer grade iPad and medical tablet PC.

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Many customers know exactly what they are looking for in an industrial touchscreen computer, but there is still room for confusion regarding form-factors and mounting styles.  

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A brief comparison of early generation and current generation healthcare digital tablets

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