Two revised lines of devices building on the Archos hardware platform
Logic Instrument, a Paris-based company, is taking some guidance and help from Archos to expand its mobile device offerings running Android. The company's plan is to focus in on two segments — Industry and Defense, and Enterprise. Industry and Defense is obviously a lineup of rugged and tough devices, while its Enterprise line focuses on security and MDM.
For the Industry and Defense segment, Logic Instrument is announcing the Fieldbook E1, a tough 10.1-inch tablet and the Fieldbook H1, a rugged phone. The E1 is water and dust resistant, as well as rated for drops from up to 6 feet, while the H1 has a rugged exterior, tempered glass screen and a 3500mAh battery quoted for 2 full days of use.
On the Enterprise side, a new tablet, the Logic 101 XS2, and phone, the Logic 50 Helium 4G, look to essentially be rebranded Archos devices. The 101 XS2 is a 10.1-inch tablet with a detatchable keyboard that is pre-loaded with office and document software, while the 50 Helium 4G has a 5-inch display, 1.2GHz quad-core processor and LTE connectivity.
Logic Instrument plans to show off its new range of products, as well as a revised distribution strategy, at a handful of trade shows, including MWC at the end of February, 2014.
LOGIC INSTRUMENT strengthens its position in the industrial & defense sector and enters the enterprise mobility solutions market
Paris - - Following the arrival of ARCHOS on the group’s board of shareholders, LOGIC INSTRUMENT announces the reorganization of its activities around two main divisions: “Enterprise” and “Industry & Defense”. This restructuring will allow the group to rapidly become one of the leading mobility solution providers in the B2B market with its range of 24 key products…
1. Industry and Defense Division – LOGIC INTRUMENT’s renowned expertise
Present in this sector since its creation and world renowned for the quality of its products, LOGIC INSTRUMENT has developed a range of 15 core products for the industry and defense sector. This division provides professionals with ruggedized mobile solutions (tablets, smartphones and notebooks) built for harsh environmental conditions where resistance to water, dust, and shocks is a must.
The FieldBook E1, the best in ruggedized tablets
The Fieldbook E1 developed by LOGIC INSTRUMENT is a rugged Android tablet purpose built to withstand extreme conditions and hostile environments; whether drops up to an incredible 1.8m (6 feet) or resistance to water and dust intrusion thanks to IP65 certification. Its 10.1” screen benefits from the FieldViewTM Pro technology that provides the best in its class in sunlight readability. Certified to the MIL-STD810G military standard guarantees its resistance to shocks vibrations and other extremes including a wide operative temperature range - from -20 to 60°C (-4 to 140°F).
The Fieldbook H1, a smartphone for extremes
Made to resist water and dust, the IP54 certified Fieldbook H1 Android smartphone enriches the ruggedized Fieldbook range. Its tempered glass screen and the rubber case, give it excellent drop resistance and the 3500 mAh battery guarantees the Fieldbook H1 smartphone a runtime up to 2 full days of use.
2. Enterprise Division – a new business strategy
To Accompany businesses in their mobility solutions and thanks to its expertise in tablets, LOGIC INSTRUMENT is offering a range of 8 core products across tablets smartphones and PCs that that combine technological performance, expertise, fleet management (MDM) and Android & Microsoft security solutions and with an extremely aggressive pricing structure. These products share ARCHOS’ Android expertise benefit from complete Google certification.
The Logic 101 XS2 is an Android based tablet with a unique design that is perfectly suited to enterprise use. The detachable magnetic coverboard is a full keyboard providing easy and comfortable typing. The Logic 101 XS2 comes with Office Suite Pro 6 preinstalled, for viewing, creating, editing and sharing Word, Excel and PowerPoint files as well as open email attachments and view PDF files.
The smartphone has become a common tool for work and there is a growing need for faster connections to exchange increasingly larger data files. Covering 70% of businesses, 4G allows mobile data exchanges as fast as a wired office connections enabling easy access to cloud data and seamless video conferencing.
The Logic 50 Helium 4G smartphone perfectly meets all these new mobility needs. It features an ultra-bright 5” HD IPS display for comfortable document reading, a 1.2 GHz quad-core CPU and thanks to its 4G module a mobile broadband download speed up to 150 Mbps on LTE networks.
Further to its range of industrial and enterprise devices, LOGIC INSTRUMENT also now offers customized white label services for businesses and continues to market the GETAC and XPLORE brands complementing existing products in many countries.
In order to establish the reputation of its brand, the company will be building a new global network of distributors, integrators and resellers providing complete mobility solutions.
"Before June 2014 we will be unveiling this new network of distributors and resellers. This organization is structured to fulfill the needs of businesses looking for mobility solutions with a complete hardware and software ecosystem”, announces Loic Poirier, Deputy CEO of LOGIC INSTRUMENT and CEO of ARCHOS.
The complete LOGIC INSTRUMENT product range will be presented at the following events:
IT Partners, , France
MWC, , Spain
CEBIT, , Germany
HKTDC, , Hong Kong
About LOGIC INSTRUMENT
Founded in 1987, LOGIC INSTRUMENT develops and markets tablets, smartphones and laptops, based on Android and Windows operating systems, for harsh environments as well as the business world. LOGIC INSTRUMENT operates on all continents through its various subsidiaries and its customers are mainly large international private or public groups. LOGIC INSTRUMENT is listed on Alternext Paris (ALLOG). Website:www.logic-instrument.com
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