Intelity introduces new tablet offering

Operations teams can use Intelity’s in-room tablets to further engage their guests through personalized offers and timely promotions. Photo credit: Intelity

Intelity introduced a new 10-inch Android tablet design that is fully customized for hospitality and targets expanded capabilities and improved ease of use. The new in-room tablet features a sleeker design, a large screen and a new docking station, which includes built-in Bluetooth speakers for enhanced audio support, in addition to  USB and newer USB-C ports. 

An enhanced, multitouch capacitive screen and an upgraded chipset array with nearly 50 percent more power than previous-generation devices further elevate the guest experience through increased responsiveness and bulletproof security. 

Intelity offers a complete spectrum of iOS and Android in-room tablets that fit virtually any hospitality setting. Using Intelity’s  in-room tablet solutions, hoteliers can replace printed room collateral, like compendiums and marketing material, and provide their guests with direct digital access to staff, services and on-site amenities. 

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Guests also have the ability to submit service requests, make on- and off-site reservations, control the room environment, place dining orders, make reservations, communicate with staff and more. Operations teams can use Intelity’s in-room tablets to further engage their guests through personalized offers and timely promotions as well as provide group and event support and gain deeper insight into guest preferences and buying habits. 

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