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The Power of Tesla [video]

Tesla is a car company. It is the first American car company to go public with a stock offering since... well, Ford Motor Company. It wasn't so long ago you heard news about a potential bankruptcy and talks with Google. This is no longer a worry and you can learn more about the history of Tesla in this video:

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Lithium Ion vs Lithium Iron Batteries

Lithium batteries stand apart from other batteries in their high charge density (long life) and high cost per unit.  What are the major differences between the battery you are familiar with, the Lithium Ion (LiCoO2) and the new kid on the block, Lithium Iron (LiFePO4)?  

Below we break down the differences between the two types of batteries:

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7 Reasons To Consider a Rugged Device Over A Consumer-Grade Device

Smartphones are great tools for keeping up with daily schedules, and checking emails, however, these consumer-grade devices are not durable enough for industrial use.

Mobile devices for the enterprise are entirely different. We call them rugged devices that can provide what consumer devices cannot.

In computer hardware lingo, “rugged” means a device capable of withstanding on-the-job accidents and rough handling. This device safeguards your data and will not break under rough and tough industry conditions. In drop specification, “rugged” means offering the right tools in one platform with a consistent performance level to deliver efficient operations and increased productivity over a long period.

Will an investment in rugged technology pay off? Can these devices contribute to your operation?

Here are seven good reasons to consider rugged devices over consumer-grade devices.

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