Wednesday, June 16, 2010


Motion Computing® recently announced the industry’s first slate tablet PCs with Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors. These processors offer new levels of performance, security, and manageability. Motion’s F5v and C5v will meet the needs of mobile workforces across industries such as healthcare, construction, and field service. The tablet PCs are fully rugged yet lightweight, making them the ideal solution for workers who compute while walking or standing.

From its inception, Motion has delivered tablet PC solutions that address the needs of a highly mobile workforce,” said Mike Stinson, Vice President of Marketing, Motion Computing. “Today we extend that leadership with the introduction of the industry’s most advanced purpose-built slate tablet PCs that offer mobility, power and durability.”

Powerful Performance

The rugged F5v Tablet PC and C5v MCA now feature the powerful Intel® Core™ i7 or Core™ i5 vPro™ technology giving the tablets a significant boost in performance and battery life. Incorporating the Intel Core vPro technology will also allow enhanced remote management, increased security, and improved multitasking with smart technology.

The new and improved F5v and C5v also include up to 160GB HDD and 4GB of ram for maximum performance, extra-durable Corning Gorilla glass for all those bumps and bruises, a 3.0 megapixel camera, and Gobi 2000 for 3G mobile broadband support.

Enterprise-Ready, Highly Powerful, Durable and Mobile Tablet PCs

Tested to withstand even the harshest working environments, the C5v and F5v Tablet PCs were drop tested on 26 sides and fully sealed against dust and moisture. These tablet PCs are designed to withstand bumps, drops, rain, or any other conditions that may present themselves in the field. Additionally, the table PC’s can Utilize either the Windows® 7 or Windows XP operating system. The C5v and F5v fit seamlessly into any environment enabling mobile workers to manage the same applications available to office-based employees.

If you would like to demo either the F5v or C5v check out our demo link at

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