GoCodes works with rugged Android Tablets like the powerful Getac Z710

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If your looking for a software solution that's powerful and tough enough to work in the field, then look no further than GoCodes Asset Management.

Since the GoCodes software runs on all Anrdoid and iOS devices it can be used with rugged industrial strength tablets so your team members can manage your asset inventory on the go.

For example this Getac Z710 Android tablet can power all the features of the GoCodes software in a platform you can take anywhere.

It features improved feature over standard tablets including enhanced GPS positioning accuracy and the ability to add a 'redlaser' QR code scanner for the fastest scanning performance.

You can learn more about the Getac Z710  here. http://us.getac.com/tablets/z710/features.html

Key Features:

  • GPS Accuracy to 2.5 Meters
  • Optional 1D/2D Imager Barcode Reader
  • Rugged Features Fully Rugged
  • MIL-STD-810G and IP65 Certified
  • Vibration Resistant
  • Drop Resistant (26 Drops from 1.82m / 6ft)
  • Operating System Android 4.1

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