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Autel Releases Subscription Cards for Its Latest Tablets

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Autel US has released Total Care Program (TCP) subscription cards for its latest tablets in the advanced diagnostics line.

The cards are available for the MaxiSYS Ultra, the MaxiSYS MS919 and the MaxiSYS MS909.

Autel says its TCP subscribers receive an additional year of software updates and warranty coverage for Autel’s tools and tablets. Continuous software updates ensure users’ tablets have the latest U.S., Asian and European vehicle diagnostics and service software coverage, enabling technicians to repair the newest vehicles on the road today and reinforcing the value of the initial tablet investment 

In addition to vehicle coverage, Autel software updates provide new diagnostic and service functionality for numerous older and late model vehicle lines that Autel continuously develops for its tablets. MaxiSYS tablets improvements are also included in software updates. 

Recent tablet software updates have included streamlined tablet navigation, additions to the service hotkey menu and the addition of ScanVIN vehicle identification that uses optical character recognition of the dashboard vehicle identification numbers or associated barcodes to quickly identify the vehicle make, model and year. 

Autel calls the Ultra its most ambitious tablet. A 12.9-inch, touchscreen tablet powered by an Octa-core processor (2.3GHz Quad + 1.7GHz Quad) with substantial 256GB built-in memory, the Ultra features the MaxiFlash VCMI, a five-in-one communication and testing tool providing wireless vehicle communications between the vehicle and tablet and supporting the latest DoIP, D-PDU and Mega CAN vehicle communication protocols. 

The dynamic VCMI also functions as a four-channel oscilloscope, waveform generator, multimeter and CanBUS tester. 

The MaxiSYS MS919 is a 9.7-inch touchscreen, Android-based advanced diagnostic tablet powered by an Octa-core processor (2.3GHz Quad + 1.7GHz Quad), 128GB memory and features the MaxiFlash VCMI, a five-in-one communication and testing tool. 

The MS919 features a rechargeable Lithium battery, proving eight hours of continues use, and front and rear cameras. 

The MaxiSYS MS909 is a 9.7-inch touchscreen Android-based advanced diagnostic tablet powered by an Octa-core processor (2.3GHz Quad + 1.7GHz Quad), 128GB memory and features an advanced VCI supporting latest DoIP, D-PDU and Mega CAN vehicle communication protocols. The MS919 features a rechargeable Lithium battery, providing eight hours of continuous use, a convenient docking station and front and rear cameras.

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