It’s called SecuTablet and the name itself should suggest that it will be a product that relies entirely on Security and that certainly won’t be geared to the general public. We talk about the new tablet made in collaboration between Samsung, IBM and Secusmart (acquired by BlackBerry last July) to be launched this summer.
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The device is based on a Galaxy Tab S 10.5, but stands on the original the presence of encryption technologies used by the Governments of Germany and Secusmart, Canada. With regard to the contribution of IBM, the historical society has dealt with the software part to separate safely working with personal data.
The SecuTablet is meant only for professional use and difficult to find in electronics stores; in any case, unlikely even afford one, since the announced price is about $2,380.