Handheld computer: Fully rugged tablet PC offers many features


Handheld computer: Xplore Technologies recently introduced the XSLATE B10, cited to be the industry’s most fully featured, fully rugged tablet computer to date ­ and the hardest mobile worker yet.

At 10.1 in., it’s compact, yet commanding in the field and sets a new industry standard in both connectivity and ruggedness. It is the first and only Windows®-based rugged tablet in the industry to come standard with eight IP-65 rated I/O ports built-in and to have four of them sealed from behind for full protection against water and dust ingress, even when open. These include True Serial, (2) USB 3.0, RJ-45 Gigabit Ethernet and an Xplore exclusive built-in HDMI Input (optional).

The B10 comes standard with the Intel® Core i5 CPU, and is upgradeable to i7 vPro CPU to provide top speeds to process data. The C1D2/ATEX-compliant tablet also boasts a 20-hour hot swappable second battery option, ultra-fast 4G LTE broadband, Wi-Fi®, and Bluetooth® 4.0 connectivity to balance its industrial toughness with all-day mobile computing power that meets and exceeds the needs of customers, from frozen tarmacs to sweltering oil rigs. Customers now have access to a premiere, fully rugged and lightweight tablet with all the ports and battery life necessary to stay active in the field, whether in telecommunications, manufacturing, transportation or distribution.

For more information about Xplore Technologies or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.

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