TabletKiosk® Announces Trade-Up Program for Sahara Branded Tablet PCs

Torrance, CA, October 1, 2013 —

TabletKiosk®, a leading manufacturer of enterprise-grade Tablet PCs and tablet accessories for business, announced today the availability of a new Trade-up Program designed to provide customers a hassle-free and financially-rewarding way to upgrade their existing Tablet PC hardware.

From October 1 through December 31, 2013, customers can trade in their older Sahara Slate PC or Sahara NetSlate Tablet PCs and receive $50 to $500 credit towards the purchase of a new Sahara Slate PC i575/i535 or Sahara NetSlate a525. This Trade-up offer can be used for all past purchases of Sahara Slate PC and Sahara NetSlate models, regardless of the purchase date or condition of the tablet. Additionally, TabletKiosk may also accept trade-ins from competing Tablet PC manufacturers on a case-by-case basis. For more information about trading in competitors' tablets, please call 310-782-1201.

“TabletKiosk is committed to offering best-in-class, enterprise-grade Tablet PCs and service. Due to the robust construction and user upgradability of the two Sahara lines, many TabletKiosk customers continue to use their older tablets, even though the technology has improved considerably,” said Martin Smekal, President of TabletKiosk. “With the recent launch of the newly refreshed Sahara Slate PC i500 and Sahara NetSlate a525, this Trade-up Program offers a financial incentive for our customers to finally upgrade.”

The 12.1" Sahara Slate PC brand was originally introduced in 2003 and it was one of the earliest touch screen Tablet PCs available in the US. Because previous product generations have benefitted from a backwards compatible ecosystem of business accessories, most of the older peripherals can be used with these new models to prolong customers' original return on investment.

For more information about the TabletKiosk Sahara Trade-up Program, please visit

About TabletKiosk®

TabletKiosk is an early innovator of business Tablet PC solutions for the enterprise and was one of the first to offer touch screen enabled Windows tablets. The company regularly integrates modern technology with key legacy components to create forward thinking mobile systems, while still providing backwards compatibility and long product life cycles.

As a manufacturer and distributer of proven mobile computing solutions since 2003, the company’s line of Tablet PCs, including the Sahara Slate PC, has been widely used in Healthcare, Hospitality, Government and Manufacturing both as TabletKiosk branded and OEM/Private Label deployments. For more information about TabletKiosk, visit


For more information regarding this or any other previous release, please contact Daniel Levy at 310-782-1201.

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