An Independent Review of Teguar's Economy Panel PC Series
Dr. Conrad H. Blickenstorfer and his team of industrial-grade computer aficionados over at ruggedpcreview.com have gotten their hands on another line of Teguar products for evaluation. Two industrial computers from the Economy Panel PC line, the TP-3493-15 and the TP-5593-22, were sent to RuggedPCReview for an honest third party assessment of all categories, including assembly, technical abilities, touchscreen responsiveness, and much more.
Like all of Dr. Blickenstorfer's reviews, his assessment of the Economy Panel PC line is clinically detailed, fully unbiased, and exceedingly thorough. All back panels are popped and internal wires exposed. Benchmark tests are run to clock performance capabilities. But unlike other reviews of Teguar products by RuggedPCReview, a new topic was discussed at length as well: price.
We were quite pleased to read the review and see that Dr. Blickenstorfer's assessment of our thought process behind introducing the Economy Panel PC line was spot on. Here's an excerpt:
This report aims to show you what you do and do not get from Teguar with these panel PCs. Spoiler alert: you do get a lot, and a lot of value IF you can live with machines that come as they are rather than being available in many versions with many options and modules and extras.Dr. Conrad H. Blickenstorfer, RuggedPCReview
Our Economy Panel PC line is not meant to push the boundaries of computational achievement—we have plenty of industrial panel pc lines for that. Instead, the Economy Panel PC line is all about stripping down a series of panel PCs to their absolute minimum requirements in terms of ruggedness and reliability in order to bring consumer cost down as low as possible, and we're happy to see that our intent has been noticed in this review.