Tablets could be a natural device for disseminating maintenance information
Tablets supposedly will top the list of high-tech holiday gifts this year. It is easy to understand why, with the proliferation of tablet types, functionality and affordability. There is the venerable Apple iPad and now the iPad Mini; Samsung offers the Note; Google introduced the Nexus; Microsoft rolled out the Surface; and Sony sells the Xperia. While tablets are becoming easy to find in aircraft cockpits, they are much less ubiquitous in maintenance environments. But this is not ...
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