Motion Computing has added a new device to its line of tablet PCs with a dual-touch screen supporting both digitiser and gesture input, plus a tough Gorilla Glass screen for durability.
Available now via Motion's reseller network, the J3500 features a capacitive dual-touch 12.1in display. This lets mobile workers use the multi-touch gesture inputs supported by Microsoft's Windows 7, while still supporting a digital stylus for precision, as used in earlier tablet PC models.
Aimed at vertical markets such as construction, field service and healthcare, the J3500 has display protection in the form of Corning's Gorilla Glass and ships with an integrated Qualcomm Gobi2000 mobile broadband modem for network connectivity almost anywhere.
It also meets MIL-STD-810G and IP52 protection ratings against knocks and moisture, and can be fitted with dual swappable battery packs for all-day computing.
The device is based on Intel's Core i5 or Core i7 vPro processors, with up to 4GB memory and storage options including a 160GB hard disk or 64GB/128GB Flash solid state drives.
Mike Stinson, vice president of marketing at Motion Computing, said that the J3500 extends the enterprise benefits of its existing tablet PCs, enabling mobile workers to significantly improve productivity and collaboration through real-time access to enterprise data in the field.
Pricing for the J3500 starts at about £1750 + VAT.
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