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WebXPRT delivers over 100,000 real-world results

DURHAM, NC–(Marketwired – October 05, 2016) – Today, Principled Technologies (PT) announced that the popular WebXPRT tool recently crossed a milestone of 100,000 total runs.

WebXPRT lets users everywhere compare the performance of any web-enabled device—from iPad tablets to Android phones to Windows computers. Manufacturers, developers, consumers, and media outlets in more than 358 cities and 57 countries have used WebXPRT’s easy-to-understand results to compare how well different devices handle everyday tasks.

WebXPRT is available to the public for free and runs in almost any browser. To read more about WebXPRT and run the test, visit WebXPRT.com.

WebXPRT is part of the BenchmarkXPRT family of benchmarks (the XPRTs), a set of apps designed to help test how well devices handle everyday tasks such as editing photos, playing movies, and browsing the web. Some XPRT tools even measure battery life. All of the BenchmarkXPRT family (the XPRTs) of evaluation tools are available to the public for free.

The BenchmarkXPRT Development Community is a forum where registered members can contribute to the process of creating and improving the XPRTs. To learn more about the BenchmarkXPRT Development Community and the XPRT family of benchmarks, visit BenchmarkXPRT.com.

About Principled Technologies, Inc.

Principled Technologies, Inc. is a leading provider of technology marketing and learning & development services. It administers the BenchmarkXPRT Development Community. The company is located in Durham, North Carolina, in NC’s Research Triangle Park region. For more information, please visit PrincipledTechnologies.com.

Company Contact
Eric Hale
Principled Technologies, Inc.
1007 Slater Road, Suite 300
Durham, NC 27703

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