iX104C4HD Tablet PC Launched by Xplore

Tablet PC XploreThe leading manufacturer of some award-winning rugged tablet computers, Xplore Technologies, launched its new Tablet PC, the iX104C4HD.

“More than ever, the changing workplace requires equipment that is built to last in a wide variety of situations. We’ve recently been involved in some programs where operators climb in and out of high places with their computer, such as truck cabs”

“With the new interest surrounding tablet PCs this year, Xplore is excited to bring the iX104C4HD to market,” said Mark Holleran, President and Chief Operating Officer of Xplore. “We have already been receiving new requests for this unit, which withstands 2 meter drops – a specification that is currently unmatched by our competition and establishes the iX104C4HD as the highest rated mobile computer on the market for operating drop tests.”

“More than ever, the changing workplace requires equipment that is built to last in a wide variety of situations. We’ve recently been involved in some programs where operators climb in and out of high places with their computer, such as truck cabs,” said Holleran. “To this end, we made the iX104C4HD to provide our clients the assurance that if the system falls from 2M or less, they can pick it up and keep right on working.”

The Xplore Technologies iX104C4HD Tablet PC comes with the best in class display technology with an easy and flexible user interface which provides Dual Mode functionality.

The iX104C4HD Tablet PC is equipped with Intel Core Duo technology and Windows 7 and Military Standard compliance for mission critical computing.

Specifications of the iX104C4HD are:

  • Withstands 26 operating drops from 6’6” (2 meters)
  • AllVue Xtreme LCD technology for viewing in all lighting conditions
  • Dual Mode technology accepting both pen and touch input from the user
  • MIL-STD-810F compliance
  • Extended Thermal Operating ranges
  • Customizable mounting solutions for a wide variety of vehicles types

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