Motion rolls out Rugged F5v and C5v Tablet PCs

Today Motion Computing announced two rugged slate tablet PCs, which meet the  MIL-STD-810G and IP-54 standards and as they claimed are ” the industry’s first slate tablet PCs with Intel Core vPro processors”, with which you’ll see up to 50% improvement in performance, a nearly 30% increase in battery life.

“The Motion F5v comes standard with Gorilla glass, offering up to four times the strength in breakage resistance, perfect for real-world mobile work environments. Add 180-degree viewing angles, Hydis AFFS+ LED backlit display and View Anywhere technology for reduced reflectance and glare and you get the best tablet PC viewing experience available for outdoor use. Improved battery life over typical displays and an extremely damage-resistant surface make the Motion F5v tough enough to withstand your work environment and powerful enough to get the job done.”

“From the hospital to home care, the rugged design can handle even the toughest conditions. The C5v now comes standard with Gorilla™ glass for up to four times the strength in breakage resistance over standard displays. Add in View Anywhere® technology and users get the best tablet PC viewing experience available. And now with Intel® Core™ vPro™ technology, the C5v offers new levels of power, security and manageability. With up to 50% improvement in performance, a nearly 30% increase in battery life , hot-swap battery feature and enhanced remote management capabilities, both clinicians and IT personnel can feel confident that the C5v is available and patient data secure – freeing up valuable time and resources to focus on patient care.”

Motion C5v

The rugged F5v Tablet PC and C5v MCA now have Intel Core i5/ i7 processors, up to 4GB RAM,  160GB SATA HDD or optional SATA 64GB Solid State Drive, WiFi, Bluetooth, optional Gobi 2000 WWAN, 3.0 megapixel webcam, integrated fingerprint reader,  an optional View Anywhere display and has a hot-swap battery feature.

Motion C5v and F5v Tablet PCs

“Motion tablets with the 2010 Intel Core vPro processors adapt to the needs of mobile workforces with smart security, cost-saving manageability, and intelligent performance,” said Brian Tucker, Director of Marketing, Business Client Platform Division at Intel. “Now enterprises can take advantage of the powerful applications and rich user experiences available with today’s technology.”

The new Motion C5v and F5v are now available for $2,299 MSRP and $2,548 respectively

Key Features and Options:

  • Rugged design with magnesium-alloy internal frame and Elastomer overmolding – IP54 and MIL-STD-810G rated
  • Optional embedded mobile broadband – Gobi™ 2000 (WWAN)
  • Highly sealed, chemical resistant chassis
  • Optional integrated 1D/2D barcode scanner
  • Optional Integrated 13.56MHz RFID reader with ISO 15693 support
  • Optional Integrated 3.0 Megapixel Camera
  • Optional Integrated front-facing Web Camera
  • Hot-swap battery feature
  • Optional smart card reader
  • USB 2.0 Connector Port
  • Integrated fingerprint reader
  • Three-year warranty
  • Newest Display Technology with AFFS+ LED Backlight
  • Gorilla™ glass for increased display damage resistance
  • Optional View Anywhere® Display

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