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Rugged devices built to help you work wonders

Easy to use, hard to break

 

When work gets extra tough, there’s Samsung rugged devices. Designed to withstand the most demanding environments, they’ll keep you connected, productive and protected.

 

Work in any environment

Samsung’s rugged devices are as responsive and reliable in harsh conditions as they are in the office. All are MIL-STD 810 certified* and IP68 rated**—you can even use them when wearing wet gloves.

Easy to control

Customise the Programmable Key on your device for immediate access to your most critical business and field apps – all in a single press. And enhanced Near Field Communication (NFC) with EMV Level 1*** certification makes your device mobile point of sale (mPOS) ready for easy payment processing.

Partner ready

The Samsung Galaxy rugged range is partner-ready, to bring extra efficiencies to Samsung devices. Take integrations with barcode scanning leaders, transforming devices into barcode-reading tools to check warehouse inventory or manage maintenance information.

Unrivalled security

Secured from the chip up, Samsung Knox ensures that confidential and sensitive data stays safe, no matter where your work takes you. Your entire device is safeguarded at every layer, and in real time. This is protection you can be sure of.

Looking for a device that is built for extremes, call us today on 033 000 22 021 or make an enquiry.

 

*When tested on a flat surface, the XCover 5 and Tab Active3 can withstand a drop of up to 1.5 metres without its protective casing. The Tab Active Pro and XCover Pro can withstand a drop of up to 1.2 metres with the protective casing and 1 metre without. Drop test results meet Military Standards Certification. **Resistant to dust and up to 1.5 metres of fresh water for up to 30 minutes (IP68).*** *EMV Level 1 certifies that a device or terminal has met lower level electromagnetic and communication protocol requirements to allow payment via contactless EMV payment cards, including distance tests operated with reference cards picked up by the device’s antenna.