The new display has a bright screen, making it easier for drivers to see and navigate.
Xata does not manufacture its own in-cab hardware, but rather partners with various suppliers to offer products to its customers.
"Together with Xata's flexible software platform, the newest TREQ display provides our customers cost savings and enhancements that help drivers do their jobs better," said Tom Flies, senior vice president of product management.
The new unit was developed and manufactured by QSI Corp., a Salt Lake City-based terminal manufacturer. The TREQ-M4 with navigation will be available in July, while it will be released to MobileMax users Sept. 1.
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