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'Rugged' tablet now on Kiwi market

Motion Computing introduced its new CL900 tablet PC today. The rugged tablet computer is now shipping for Kiwi orders. 

First announced at January's Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the CL900 offers dual touch and stylus input,and has been designed with on-the-go connectivity for businesses in mind. 

"Motion's new CL900 enables users to take advantage of connected applications, while also supporting uninterrupted productivity in remote or disconnected areas," said David Altounian, chairman and founder of Motion Computing. 

The CL900 runs Windows 7 with an Intel Atom Z670 series ('Oak Trail') processor. Features include:

  • Chemical-resistant chassis with aluminium-alloy internal frame
  • IP-52-rated, sealed exterior to protect against dust, moisture and other elements
  • Up to eight hours of battery life
  • Weighs 0.9kg and less than 16mm thick, its meets the MIL-STD-810G specification (1.3m drop test)
  • Optional integrated Gobi connectivity with GPS, WiFi 802.11, Bluetooth 3.0 and a wireless SIM port
  • Corning Gorilla Glass display for durability
  • 10.1-inch display with touch and stylus input functionality
  • 30GB or 62GB solid state drive (SSD), and up to 2GB of RAM
  • Front and rear-facing cameras to support documentation, video conferencing and collaboration (3.0 MP Rear Camera and 1.3 MP Front Web Camera)
  • USB, SD Card, audio and HD video ports
  • A counter top docking station
The CL900 is available through Motion Computing's New Zealand distributor Simms International

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