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Xplore Launches New Rugged Tablet PC Family

Date: 2011-05-13
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Xplore Technologies ® Corp., a respected leader and pioneer of next-generation rugged tablet PCs for domestic and global markets, has announced the launch of its new family of Xtreme Tablet computers. Representing the fifth generation of its iX104 line, the iX104C5s are believed to be the industry’s most powerful, rugged, and sunlight-readable PCs ever developed.

The iX104C5 family of tablet PCs, powered by the Intel® Core™ i7 processor, was developed with customer input from a variety of industries where end-users work in the most demanding environments such as utilities, warehousing/logistics, public safety, field service, transportation, manufacturing, route delivery, military and homeland security.

Xplore’s “Voice of the Customer” product development methodology is what drives the engineering and implementation of critical rugged, wireless, performance and expansion capabilities. Differentiating features added as a result of customer feedback include the tool-less removable dual solid state drive (SSD) module, tool-less access to the SIM and microSD ports, and an ingress protection rating of IP-67 for submersion in water.

Xplore shares a unique place in the development of tablet PCs. More than a decade before the iPad ® existed, Xplore Technologies began developing first-generation rugged pen tablets –– for workers in warehousing, transportation, utilities and public safety organizations.

Based on third-party certifications, Xplore’s new iX104C5 tablet PC line surpasses the standards and specifications that are the measuring sticks for rugged tablet computers in today’s marketplace. All models feature industry-leading sunlight-readable displays and are the first tablet PCs with easy, tool-less access to internal storage for in-field upgrades or repairs. The iX104C5s are also certified for use in hazardous locations.

For more information, visit  

- Product Profiles/ (via XPlore, 5/9/11)



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