So we’re 400 posts old!  and we all just wanted to say thank-you so much for coming and reading our Rugged Handheld blog.  Without our readers there’d be no point to what we do and we love all the comments, questions and emails you send in to us.

We also hit an average 1200 viewers per day this month, 700 being general viewers and the rest made up of email subscribers, tweeters and social/RSS readers.  It means we have a rough following of over 40,000 readers per month making us one of the biggest places to read, comment and discuss “Rugged PDA’s and Data capture!”

We’re changing hugely next year and the way we blog will reflect this.  Firstly we’ll be having a far nicer design applied to the blog very soon.  Like our website, it’s about 18 months overdue, we’ve been so busy we’ve had to put our customers and the conversations we have first but both sites will be wonderful new and unique places to go and learn everything you need to learn before spending your hard-earned cash!

You can probably tell the market we work in is changing hugely too so we’ll be splitting up the blog into 2 or 3 distinct areas to reflect what we really do here on a day-to-day basis.  Software in the shape of Windows Mobile, Android and IOS, Hardware both Rugged and Non Rugged and of course service/support and repair are all dear to our hearts and our daily bread here and we’ll be categorising the blog to reflect this far better along with putting up the news and opinion that makes us so different from everyone else.

So here’s to a superb 2013.  It’s going to be a challenging year, but a year full of exciting change too, so make sure you keep asking those questions, we’ll be right here ready to help!

Have a great Christmas, a wonderful New Year and remember to work hard when you get back!!

Dave and all the RAMblrs @ Rugged and Mobile.

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Dave's one of the founders of Raptor, his rants are memorable, his thoughts are stimulating and his heart is set on helping, entertaining and making things like mobile, Android, ruggedness, 3D printing and IOT simple.

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