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Motion Computing releases Windows®-based tablet PC

Motion Computing, an established name in the world of tablet PCs, lately released their next-generation Windows-based Tablet PC, CL910.

Exclusively designed for business use, the Motion Computing CL910 sports an array of features and can be upgraded to the upcoming Windows 8 operating system. Motion’s most recent CL-Series tablet offers optimized durability along with connectivity, enabling mobile professional remain productive across key vertical markets.

Primarily, Motion Computing CL910 includes:

• 10.1-inch display with capacitive two-finger touch, high-resolution digitizer pen input and Corning Gorilla Glass for enhanced durability
• Intel Atom N2600 dual core processor
• Optional Gobi connectivity with GPS, Wi-Fi 802.11, Bluetooth 4.0 and a wireless SIM for robust communication
• 3.0MP front-facing camera and 1.3MP rear-facing web camera
• CL-Series SlateMate with Magnetic Stripe Reader and Barcode Scanner

In addition to this, CL910 Tablet PC boasts Trusted Platform Module (TPM) for safe information management and data protection. This new Tablet PC by Motion Computing seamlessly integrates with myriad of business environments, including field service, healthcare, and retail.

Motion Computing launches CL900 tablet PC

Motion Computing, a global leader in providing mobile solutions in the form of tablet PCs, announced at the CES 2011, a rugged tablet designed exclusively for business applications. Motion CL900 is a tablet designed keeping mobility of use in mind and provides access to various utilities including data in an uninterrupted way. It is expected to be available for the end users in the second half of 2011. David Altounian, Motion CEO, said that the new product from Motion will ensure and allow user’s ability to take benefit of connected applications along with enhanced productivity features in remote areas. He also said that the new rugged and much worked upon solution package that Motion CL900 offers is especially designed and aimed for the business market. Motion CL900 features an option for device expansion. It boasts of 8 hours of uninterrupted battery life, giving its user an enhanced battery package to allow them more time on the job. It is lightweight and is less than 16mm in thickness. It also features scratch proof Corning Gorilla Glass and the innovative DuPont Vertak for enhanced viewing experience during adverse lighting conditions, and many add on features like mobile broadband with GPS, 802.11 a/b/g/n WLAN, Bluetooth 3.0 and a slot for a wireless SIM for communication.

Motion CL900 has Microsoft Windows 7 and will be powered by the powerful Intel Atom processor. It is rumored to be Intel’s answer to the ARM based system on a chip architecture currently powering most tablet PCs. It comes with an IT support and service plan to help cut IT support cost to the business user. Its ultra strong and clear display comes with both stylus and touch input options. It has either 30 GB or 62 GB solid state drive (SSD) and 2GB RAM.

Eddie O’Brien, Microsoft U.S. OEM Vice President, said that Motion CL900 is born out of consumer demands to meet one of the fastest growing areas of enterprise expectations and demands, terming it as a business ready mobile tablet to improve productivity of business clients and workers and meet corporate security and other requirements. He further stated that by harnessing and utilizing the power of the Windows platform to bring out an innovation in the field of business mobile computing with an innovative form factor, Motion has set itself apart from others to reach across industries and compete in new business areas. It is planned for an introductory price of less than $1000 which is pretty competitive seeing its rugged uniqueness and features.

New CL900 rugged tablet PC from Motion Computing

Tablet PCs are the hottest gadgets in recent months. There is different type of tablet PCs and one of them is the rugged tablet arena. Panasonic is a leading manufacturer of rugged tablet. There are many manufacturers who entering in this segment and recently Austin’s Motion Computing launched Motion CL900. It seems to be a very good competitor of Panasonic.

The all new Motion CL900 is shock-proof, dust and moisture sealed, and also it comes with a Gorilla Glass multi-touch display with Vertak bonding. As reported it will be powered with the all new Intel’s Atom processor and durable solid state storage. It has also the latest Wireless-N connectivity.

According to the speculation, the Motion Computing is an impressive entry in the rugged tablet PC market. Its features are as follows: it weighs 2.1 pound, 10.9 x 7.06 x 0.61-inch (276.7 x 179.2 x 15.4mm) dimension, 10.1-inch, 1366 x 768 resolution, high definition capacitive touchscreen Corning Gorilla Glass display with optional pen input. You will also get an improved viewing experience in various lighting condition with the DuPont Vertak optical bonding technology.

The Motion CL900 is also has the MIL-STD-810G standards which means it should be able to withstand a drop from four feet and also  has other standard like IP-52 sealing protect. It is well built with dust and moisture free features. The frame is made by an aluminum alloy internal frame and also the chassis is chemical spill-resist, which means that the internal of this tablet will be nicely protected.

While the other features like storage is also impressive with 30GB or 62GB solid state drive, and Intel’s new 1.5GHz Atom processor (codenamed Oak Trail and built with tablets in mind). It has also an SM35 Express Chipset that is supported by either 1GB or 2GB DDR2 Ram. Now talking about its physical connectivity and we found it is well equipped with a USB port, SD card reader and micro-HDMI. The wireless connectivity is also far more interesting which includes Bluetooth 3.0 and 802.11b/g/n connectivity with added and optional feature Gobi 3000. The model also provides the functionality mobile broadband with GPS integration and a wireless SIM port.

The main feature is the operating system and it runs on Windows 7 professional or Home Premium by Microsoft. There are two cameras such as, one front-facing 1.3 megapixel webcam and a 3 megapixel camera facing rear. For music lovers it stands out with high definition audio codec (although there’s just a mono speaker), dual-array microphones and a combined audio in/out jack. The battery life is also good and it will give eight hours of battery life between charges.

There are also some tools to optimize the CL900 touch input. It has an optional counter-top docking station to do the same, it also provide an easy peripheral integration with three USB ports, Ethernet connectivity and power supply. There would be some upgraded peripheral modules in future expansions and the upgraded version will release later in the year.

The pricing would be around US $1000 and it will be released in the first quarter of 2011.

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