Shop from a Selection of Motion Computing Wi-Fi Tablets
If you're looking for a wireless rugged tablet for work or outdoor activities, Motion Computing tablets were made for these settings. With special features like Gorilla Glass and UV disinfectant stations, these tablets fill niches that standard mobile devices aren't suited for. You can find the right wireless tablet and learn more about it here.Which operating system do these tablet PCs use?
Motion Computing Wi-Fi tablets were designed to function like Windows laptops without keyboards, with a BIOS, Intel processor, hard drive, and Windows operating system. The early generations of these devices were marketed to the medical, construction, and safety industries before the advent of mobile operating systems like iOS and Android, and they continued to use Windows up until the end of the Motion Computing brand. The latest tablet models use Windows 8.Do these tablet PCs have touch screens?
Yes. Up until 2013, Motion tablet PCs used the Wacon digitizer screen that was designed for a pen or stylus. Because of the sensitivity of the Wacon technology, many of these earlier Motion Computing models have been converted to digital art devices because they simulate pen and paper quite well. Motion computing models made after the J3600 switched to the type of fingertip touch digitizers that have become standard in the mobile device market, though many retained the ability to use a pen.What models of Motion Computing tablets are available?
A number of these mobile PCs were made by Motion between 2002 and 2015. Here's a list of the major product lines that can still be found on the market today.
- LS800: Released in 2008, this was one of the earliest models of Motion Computing tablets. This Motion tablet has a 9-inch screen, built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, a biometric print reader, USB ports, and an SD card slot. It also comes with a charging dock.
- R12: This model came out in 2014 with a 12.5-inch screen designed to be viewed in daylight. The touch screen registers touches for both fingertips and pens. It comes equipped with an Intel Core i5 or i7, plenty of RAM, built in wireless connectivity, and runs Windows 7 or 8.
- F5m: Debuting in 2015, the F5m was made during the final generation of Motion tablets and with more GHz. They feature 5th generation Intel processors, a range of screen sizes to choose from, hot-swappable batteries, 8MP cameras, and the same daylight-viewable screens found in previous Motion Computing models.