Features IP-52 rated exterior, and optional integrated Gobi 3000 mobile broadband with GPS
Motion, a provider of tablet PCs and supporting mobility offerings, has launched Motion CL900 tablet PC designed for productivity and business integration, while offering capabilities to support mobile workflows as a mobile and integrated device.
According to the company, CL900 will feature a peripheral module which enables simple device expansion, and also incorporates key documentation tools. The Peripheral modules will be released later in 2011.
The new tablet features include up to 8 hours of battery life, lightweight and design that offer the protection of the MIL-STD-810G specification at less than one kg and less than 16mm thick.
It also features IP-52 rated exterior to protect against dust, moisture and other elements, optional integrated Gobi 3000 mobile broadband with GPS, 802.11 a/b/g/n WLAN, Bluetooth 3.0, and a wireless SIM port for advanced communications.
CL900 comes with display with Corning Gorilla Glass for scratch resistance and incorporated DuPont Vertak to improve visibility in various lighting conditions, the company said.
The CL900 Runs on Microsoft Windows 7 and is powered by the upcoming Intel Atom processor currently codenamed "Oak Trail". The IT serviceability and enterprise support options help ensure uptime and reduce IT resource drain.
The new CL900 business benefits include the ability to run existing applications, lowering the cost of deployment; performance needed to simultaneously run multiple enterprise applications; bright display that offers the convenience of both touch and stylus input; and 30GB or 62GB solid state drive (SSD), and up to 2GB of RAM.
The company is offering optional features to improve functionality which include front and rear-facing cameras to support documentation, video conferencing and collaboration; a full complement of ports, including USB, SD Card, audio and video to simplify the use of industry standard peripheral offerings.
It also features countertop docking station that optimises the CL900 for touch input and a variety of cases and straps to accommodate multiple usage patterns.
Motion CEO David Altounian said CL900 will enable users to take advantage of connected applications, while also supporting uninterrupted productivity in remote or disconnected areas.