KUBE Releases Wireless Touch Screen Tablet

KUBE Releases Wireless Touch Screen Tablet that the Industry has been waiting for. Delivered with a Clear LCD, Responsive Touch Screen and long battery life. It also sports built-in 802.11B/G Wireless and there is a charging WALL-MOUNT CRADLE.

(Irvine, CA) - June 22, 2005 - KUBE Releases Wireless Touch Screen Tablet that the Industry has been waiting for. With a Rigid Magnesium Structure, Clear TFT Screen, Responsive Touch Screen and long battery life... comes the KUBE RoomVue RV10TS. It sports built -in 802.11B/G Wireless and there is an optional charging WALL CRADLE. The RoomVue RV10TS has a satin rubberized surface and its NEMA IP54 rating ensures that it will hold up in `wet` situations. The RoomVue is available at a pricepoint that makes it affordable for multiple room installations. The tablet combines the power of a traditional terminal services device with the capabilities of an advanced touch screen. Along with it`s counter top docking cradle. It allows users to work in ways that are comfortable, familiar and efficient without sacrificing the capabilities they have come to expect with conventional Windows® XP -based as well as Linux based PCs. The docking solution provides customers with the ability to expand the work space and increase productivity by allowing users to view multiple applications. KUBE will also be releasing a Wall Mount Cradle for the RoomVue tablet in 2005, which will allow you to grab the RoomVue from the wall and replace back on the wall for charging and control purposes.


`The needs of the market place is ever -changing, evolving and highly competitive. It is important to adapt to and be ahead of the technological curve. A strong focus on research and development is one of the keys to ensuring a high level of customer satisfaction and loyalty. KUBE's commitment to customers doesn`t stop once we have announced a product. It is a commitment that will always be our primary focus " said Robt Williams, CEO of KUBE. "Customers just love the mobility, productivity and expandability that the RV10TS enables. With this new product, we`ve further enhanced the experience, which means clearer communication and faster, more efficient results. KUBE, through its vision, solutions and product line, has the resources to be a powerful business
partner and to help the end users transform their environments into a completely new and exciting experience."

KUBE: Headquartered in Irvine, CA, KUBE manufactures a wide variety of touch screen LCD monitors, Touch panel pc`s, tablets, and display solutions for virtually all automation and control applications. KUBE currently serves 6 core business channels. These include: Point of Sale (POS), Kiosk, Medical & Scientific , Residential Automation & Control, Industrial Automation & Control, and OEM. KUBE products are available across the United States, Canada, and Europe. To learn about KUBE and its products, please visit the web site at www.kubecorp.com.



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