CTI provides top-of-the-line Panasonic Toughbook service that includes laser etching, antenna replacement, GPS installation, and more.
NEW YORK, Aug. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Computech International (CTI), a comprehensive technology solutions provider with over 60,000 GSA products, is proud to offer customized Panasonic Toughbooks. CTI has 10 years of experience building custom Panasonic Toughbooks for the US Marine Corps, US Air Force, US Navy, and Israeli Defense Forces. It is also a Panasonic US Authorized Service Center and offers consulting to determine the perfect Toughbook based on your needs.
CTI provides a variety of customization options as part of their Panasonic Toughbook service, such as the removal of radio devices (Wi-Fi and Bluetooth), night vision filters, military cases built for specific computers and accessories, and laser etching to create foreign language keyboards, product identification, and serialization.
Unique modification options are also available. For example, antenna and cabling replacement allows for more powerful, wide-range communications. Customers can also have their device reconfigured, as CTI performs hardware updates, custom software installation, and imaging and cloning.
In addition to its work with Panasonic Toughbooks, CTI has built a strong reputation for developing, manufacturing, and delivering unique COTS (Commercial Off-The-Shelf) products. It is also a significant supplier of ruggedized computers and accessories to the military.
To learn more about CTI’s Panasonic Toughbook Service, call 888-284-4685 or visit http://www.CTIStore.com. It also regularly posts updates on its social media sites, such as Twitter and Facebook, and it posts about GSA purchasing on its blog.
CTI is a small woman-owned business which holds ISO 9001 certification and is a General Services Administration (GSA) Schedules contractor. As a US GSA contract holder, CTI provides federal, state, and local government agencies with products through the GSA Advantage System.CTI maintains offices, warehouses and R&D facilities across the U.S and Israel.
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