Rockville, MD (May 16, 2013) – InHand Electronics Inc. recently launched the latest version of their website, 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 implement the site changes. The collaboration’s result is an updated look and feel with an interface that is easier for users to navigate. Users should now be able to simply navigate to their desired page with an average of two clicks. The refined user interface offers a variety of ways to navigate the site, depending on user preference, which minimizing the number of pages user are required to click through to get to their destination. Additionally, a tab on the main page and product pages, offers customers a quick link to inquiries regarding pricing details and additional assistance with a purchases or quotes.

“We wanted to update our site to make it simple: Both in visual appeal and ease of use,” stated Hayley Parks, Marketing Communications Manager for InHand Electronics. “Traditionally, sites offer users to navigate to their desired destination in three clicks or less; we strived to beat that with just two clicks. We’re pleased with the outcome and hope that visitors enjoy the new, clean aesthetics, as well as the simplified navigation of our site.”

InHand Electronics, Inc. is an original design manufacturer of single board computers and rugged handhelds for original equipment manufacturers. InHand’s products are used in a variety of markets including: military, healthcare, industrial, entertainment, and instrumentation. Designs include: UMPCs, PDAs, wearable computers, tablets, handheld control systems, industrial computers and smart sensors. InHand’s products are built on industry-leading technologies such as: Freescale, Intel, Texas Instruments, and Marvell processors and Android, Linux, Ubuntu, and Microsoft operating systems. InHand is an ITAR registered company whose products are designed and assembled in the USA. The company’s headquarters are located along the I-270 Technology Corridor in Rockville, Maryland.