Motion Computing CL910 Windows 8 Tablet Launched

Most of the news about Windows tablets lately has focused on Microsoft’s Surface tablet, and while it is a pretty exciting tablet for personal use, it doesn’t exactly have the hardiness or features that many business owners may be looking for.
Motion Computing CL910
That is what makes Motion Computing’s announced CL910 Windows tablet stand out.
Despite the fact that it is already being compared to the Surface, the CL910 is not batting in that league. Instead, it is a tablet that is focused on enterprises and fulfilling their needs. This latest addition to their CL-series of tablets builds on the strengths of its predecessors and is fully ready to be upgraded to Windows 8 when it is eventually launched.
Although it has the same 15.5 mm frame as its predecessor, and the USB port, SD card slot and Gorilla glass from that model as well, under the hood the CL910 is a very different machine.
For starters, it runs on Intel’s new dual core 1.6 GHz Atom N2600 processor and has 2 GB of RAM along with a 128 GB solid state drive for storage. Its display measures up at 10.1 inches with a resolution of 1366 x 768 and includes two-finger touch support as well as high resolution digitizer pen input. For video calls and conferences, it has a 3.0 Megapixel front-facing camera and a 1.3 Megapixel rear camera as well.
Apart from the USB and SD card ports, the CL910 has an audio output and HD video output port as well. On the connectivity front it comes equipped with Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi, wireless SIM and also GPS.
All in all it is a pretty solid tablet, and while it will ship with Windows 7 Professional installed it will be eligible for an upgrade when Windows 8 ‘Metro’ rolls out sometime next year.
Additional Accessories and Peripherals for Enterprises
What makes Motion Computing’s CL910 so attractive to enterprises however are the additional features that come in the form of accessories and peripherals.
The perfect example of one such accessory is the CL-series SlateMate which has an integrated Magnetic Strip Reader and Bar Code Scanner. Other accessories and peripherals include the:
  • CL Series Locking Mobile Dock by RAM Mounts which improves both performance and productivity
  • CL Series ReadyDock by Advanced Technical Solutions which allows multiple tablets to be charged, synced, and secured
  • CL Series VESA Mounting Plates which allow the tablets to attach themselves to any VESA-compliant mounts
While these features may not do much for home users, they are essential for many enterprises and will allow this tablet to be used in a myriad of situations that extend throughout the workplace.
Basically, the CL910 is an enterprise tablet solution that has the future in mind. The biggest advantage it has over most other tablets out there is that because it runs Windows (as opposed to Android or OSX) it will be easy to sync with the existing systems of most enterprises.
Add to that the list of features that very obviously are intended to cater to the needs of an enterprise and it is easy to see why Motion Computing has drawn so much attention with its CL910 launch announcement.

Source: Techzek
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