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FirstDock For Widescreen Laptops

Issue 9 and Volume 11.

First Mobile Technologies has developed a docking station for emergency vehicles
First Mobile Technologies has developed a docking station for emergency vehicles that permits full functionality for wide screen notebook computers.

CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. – The new FirstDock for the Dell Latitude D620 notebook from First Mobile Technologies offers a fully connected and secure in-vehicle docking station for fire service and emergency medical services vehicles.

Its durable design has been certified to military and Standard of Automotive Engineers (SAE) standards ensuring it will stand up to the demands of tough Fire/EMS environments, according to the manufacturer.

By incorporating approved Dell electronics, FirstDock supports the D620’s widescreen aspect and Undock & Go feature for undocking the system without going into suspend mode, establishing instant wireless connectivity. First Mobile Technologies also offers installation services nationwide.

FirstDock combines full functionality with security and mobility and it is designed to meet the MIL-STD 810F military standard and SAE J1455 standard.

Other features include; integrated full port replication, key lock for increased security, built-in screen support and the notebook computer can be closed completely when docked.

First Mobile Technologies, formerly L&E Mobile Computers & Mounts, is a First Services Company that provides hardware solutions and services for integrating mobile computers, mounting equipment and peripherals into vehicles and other rugged and non-rugged environments.

For information call 800-330-5399 or go to www.firstmobiletechnologies.com.

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