Rough and tumble

Careless, James
September 2010
Urgent Communications;Sep2010, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p16
Trade Publication
The article focuses on rugged laptop computers being developed by notebook manufacturers as they attempt to ensure that their products keep up with public-safety demands as of 2010. It says rugged laptops are used by first responders as mobile, Web-connected servers. Xplore Technologies product designer Dwayne Lum mentioned some of the expectations of public-safety users from rugged units, including to meet their unique working situations. It cites the effort of these manufacturers to develop public safety-specific features of such computers.


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