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Getac launches OEMConfig app for ZX10 and ZX70 rugged tablets

Posted 26 January 2022 · Add Comment

Getac has today announced the launch of its new OEMConfig app, which lets customers configure and update all their Getac Android devices simultaneously, including the new ZX10 tablet and existing ZX70, within their existing Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) systems.

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OEMConfig is designed for Getac customers that already use Android Enterprise Recommended (AER) EMM systems to manage large numbers of Getac devices.  The app works directly in conjunction with these systems, extending their capabilities and giving users the proprietary configurations to deploy a range of settings to all their Getac Android devices from a single, central location. Settings that can be customised via OEMConfig include device display, physical button configurations, touch screen setup and system settings. Devices can also be quickly updated with new security patches using Firmware over-the-air (FOTA) functionality.

OEMConfig is ideally suited to customers using Getac’s brand new ZX10 fully rugged Android tablet. The ZX10 is a versatile 10-inch device aimed at field professionals working across a range of sectors including public safety, utilities, energy, transport & logistics, manufacturing, automotive, and defence.

Combining fully rugged design with powerful functionality and a compact form factor, the ZX10 delivers a smooth and seamless user experience, even in challenging environments and adverse weather conditions. Key features include an 8MP front camera, 16MP rear camera, dedicated GPS, dual LTE SIM card slots, and dual hot-swappable batteries, enabling users to collect/share data, communicate with colleagues and get tasks done efficiently in the field. Options of up to 6GB LPDDR4 Ram and 128GB storage help future proof the device, while MIL-STD-810H/IP66 certification, 6ft drop resistance, and an operating range of -29°C ~ 63°C (-20°F~145°F) give complete peace of mind.

Both the new ZX10 and existing seven-inch ZX70 come with Getac’s three-year Bumper-to-Bumper warranty, including accidental damage as standard. This means that if accidental damage occurs, the device will be fully repaired or replaced within days, helping avoid unplanned disruption to your business.

“As customers increasingly explore the benefits of Android-based rugged solutions, we are expanding our entire Android ecosystem to help them meet business objectives as effectively as possible,” said Rick Hwang, President of Getac Technology Corporation. “The launch of our new ZX10 Android tablet has given customers greater choice when picking devices that best suit their needs. Now, OEMConfig takes it one step further, offering a fast and convenient way to manage all Getac Android devices via existing EMM systems.”
 

 

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