InHand Electronics Launches New Website

Rockville, MD (May 16, 2013) - InHand Electronics Inc. recently launched the latest version of their website, inhand.com. The engineering company, which creates low-power, small, embedded systems and custom design manufacturing for OEMs of rugged handhelds, recently launched their line of rugged tablets. The redesign is meant to reflect shift in business model to best meet customer needs. With the redesign, users and potential clients may enjoy a the reflection of business developments, as InHand moves forward with their ruggedized tablets, while maintaining their product base of SBC and custom device designs. InHand partnered with a US-based design firm to...

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InHand Electronics Gains GovConNet Institute for Procurement Certification

  Rockville, MD (April 25, 2013) - InHand Electronics recently completed the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) GovConNet Institute. GovConNet Institute provides advanced training to Federal government contractors. The course is instructed by subject matter experts on best business practices in compliance, human resource management and capture strategies. The instruction is focused on winning and profitably maintaining Federal government contracts. InHand was one of 14 businesses to graduate from the GovConNet Institute, entailing six two-hour sessions geared for companies to learn best practices in Government contracting. Companies that complete their training through the GovConNet Institute receive a Certification of Excellence...

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Maryland-Based Company Demos a 'Nearly Indestructible' Tablet at CES

  Las Vegas, NV (January 8, 2013) - InHand Electronics today introduced the latest version of their fully-rugged tablet, the Hydra-T3. The company demonstrated the durability of their flagship tablet by throwing it into the walkway, submersing it in a fish tank full of water and dropping a once inch steel ball on it from four feet. The demos are taking place at InHand’s booth, #70127, in the Venetian Ballroom through the end of the show on Friday, January 11th.   The engineering company is an established original design manufacturer of rugged handheld and mobile devices. They recently entered the tablet market with...

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InHand Electronics Unveils Low-Power, Slim, Fully Rugged Tablet

San Jose, CA (March 27, 2012) -  InHand Electronics, Inc., a leader in low-power handheld and wireless device platforms, today unveiled their off-the-shelf Hydra-T3 tablet at the Design West electronics show, in San Jose, CA. The programmable and customizable tablet is available to OEMs and system integrators looking for quick-turn solutions for military, medical or other industrial or commercial uses. The tablet is powered by InHand’s flagship Fury single board computer (SBC) based on Texas Instruments DaVinci DM3730 and features the unique Pixel Qi WSVGA display with analog resistive multi-touch capabilities.InHand Electronics, The sunlight-readable, low-power Pixel Qi display isn’t the only...

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InHand Electronics Named 2010 Windows Embedded Excellence Award Winner

Rockville, MD (January 20, 2011)- InHand Electronics, a leading provider of low-power embedded systems and designs for OEMs of mobile devices has been named a 2010 Windows Embedded Excellence Award winner for a custom medical device design used to detect HPV in women in developing countries. The annual award is comprised of six categories within the North American region and recognizes Windows Embedded Partners who have positively contributed to, and enhanced the Windows Embedded community though their designs and products. InHand was chosen as an Innovation of the Year for their custom solution that integrated Windows Embedded into the medical device design....

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Leading SBC Provider Launches First Commercial System Based on New Generation Texas Instruments Processors at ESC Boston

InHand Electronics announces new product line, Apeiron, offering the first third party systems based on Texas Instruments DaVinci DM3730 and Sitara AM3703 processors Boston, MA (Sept 21, 2010) –InHand Electronics, a leading provider of low-power embedded systems and designs for OEMs of mobile devices, today launches their new line of standard single board computers (SBC) based on Texas Instruments’(TI) DaVinci™ DM3730 video processor and Sitara™ AM3703 ARM® microprocessors (MPUs). At 2.5 inches squared, their smallest standard system to date, the Apeiron line will offer the InHand Fury, based on TI’s DaVinci DM3730 video processor, and Siren, based on TI’s Sitara...

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Latest Intel Atom Mini-Motherboard Offers Same Great Features, New Low Cost

InHand Electronics, creator of the Atom-based mini-motherboard, FireFly, announces latest revision retains all the full-function, low-power value at a fraction of the price. Rockville, MD (April 9, 2010) InHand Electronics, a low-power embedded solutions provider for OEMs of wireless and handheld devices, announces the latest revision of their Atom-based full-function single board computer (SBC), FireFly, at a significantly lower price. With the latest tests showing comparable performance to mini-netbooks at a fraction of the power and touted as “the world’s smallest full-function Atom-based embedded SBC”, the redesign was performed with one goal in mind: Lower cost. A number of modifications...

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Full-Function Intel Atom-based SBC to Demo Windows 7

  Rockville, MD (October 27, 2009) - InHand Electronics, a low-power embedded solutions provider for OEMs of wireless and handheld devices, will be one of the first hardware vendors to demo Windows 7 and Windows Embedded Standard 2011 this week at the Real Time & Embedded Systems Conferences (RTECC) in Vancouver, BC and Seattle, WA, as well as RTECC’s D.C. show on Nov. 17 in Reston, VA. The demo will occur on InHand’s Intel Atom-based full-function single board computer (SBC), FireFly. The small, power efficient full-function Atom-based system, whose recent revision produced power numbers approximately at 4.5 Watts running (S0)...

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InHand Electronics' Software Director, Track Chair at ESC Boston

Rockville, MD (September 15, 2009) – Dr. Dave Stewart, Director of Software Engineering for InHand Electronics, a small size, low-power embedded systems provider for OEMs of ultra-mobile devices, will serve as a Track Chair at the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) in Boston next week. This honor recognizes top experts in the embedded industry. The conference, which will take place Sept 21–24 at the Hynes Convention Center, will feature Dr. Stewart’s Real-Time Development track. With 20 years experience in real-time development and an 11 year veteran presenter at ESC, Dr. Stewart is a respected embedded real-time authority. His popular class, Real-Time...

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Intel Atom-based SBC Beats Power Expectations, Challenges Competition

InHand Electronics' small size, low-power and high performance mini motherboard, FireFly, exceeds projected power numbers in recent revision, now smallest in size and power consumption Rockville, MD (August 11, 2009) - InHand Electronics, a low-power embedded solutions provider for OEMs of wireless and handheld devices, has released the latest version of their Intel Atom-based full-function single board computer (SBC), FireFly. The revision has produced new, lower power numbers which are now approximately 4.5 Watts running (S0) and 500mW in sleep state (S3). With the new low power numbers and compact dimensions, InHand has created the smallest and most power efficient...

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