This tablet, designed for work, will run vertical industry applications under development by Motorola ISVs.
Motorola's ET1 tablet is designed for business, with a multi-user login feature, strong security, accessories to enable mobile POS, and better ROI than consumer tablets over a three year lifespan. The device also is superior in its management functions, enabling IT to remotely access, manage and provision thousands of devices, and even wipe them or shut them down if lost or stolen. The tablet is currently being piloted by a small group of unnamed retailers, but Channel Insider got a peek of the device recently at Motorola's offices. Take a look.
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