5 ways great tablets
help your business

Businesses are more mobile than ever these days and you need devices that can keep up with you and your staff. Here are 5 reasons to pick tablets with Intel Inside®.

1

Get more done with incredible
tablet performance

Intel processor-based tablets are blazingly fast for improved productivity in everything you do. For example, when multitasking between applications, these tablets open Microsoft Office* files up to 7x faster1.

Instant-on technology wakes the system in less than 3 seconds2, and moving information between your PC and your tablet is lightning-quick. Bottom line, you spend less time waiting and more time getting work done.

2

Run all your business apps on
the OS of your choice

Intel processor-based tablets are available with either Windows* 8 or Android operating systems (OS). Your staff can use Microsoft Office, Sage, Adobe Flash*, HTML 5 and other applications anywhere. Built-in technologies such as Intel® WiDi help you collaborate through high-quality videoconferencing.

3

Stay productive longer with
amazing battery life

Not only do Intel processor-based tablets offer incredible performance, but they are incredibly energy efficient too. They go, go and go some more on a single charge, allowing you to be productive for hours.

4

Protect your business with
multi-layered security

Intel processor-based tablets have robust security features at both hardware and software levels, to keep your business data safe when staff travel. At the hardware level, Intel processors have security technologies that safeguard connections to your business network, encrypt data and defend against malware and identity theft. At the software level, the Windows 8 OS stops malware at boot-up and protects the BIOS from unauthorized updates.

5

Invest in the brand you trust

By using Intel processor-based tablets, you’re entrusting your business to the same Intel processors that have powered your business for years.

Your business moves fast. Keep up, with tablets powered by Intel. Find the tablet that best meets your needs at our tablet showcase.

Watch how great tablets help your business in the video tour

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