Motion upgrades C5t tablet

Motion Computing has released a new version of its C5t tablet PC for point of care use, featuring extended battery life and next generation Intel Core processors.

The tablet comes standard with Microsoft Windows 7 Professional and will be eligible for a Windows 8 upgrade when it is released in October.

They are available with an Intel Core i3 or i5 processor, or with the Intel Core i7 vPro platform, which offers advanced security capabilities.

Motion claims the tablet's power-saving technologies offer up to six hours of battery life based on the MobileMark 2007 test, although results will vary based on product configuration, applications, features and power management settings. They already come with a hot-swap battery function for extended use.

The tablets come standard with Corning's Gorilla Glass for durability and capacitive two-finger touch and pen input. They also have a front-facing web camera and a rear-facing documentation camera.

RFID is integrated and there is an optional barcode scanner for data acquisition.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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