Group Mobile, well known for carrying the top brands in rugged laptops, rugged tablet PCs, rugged smartphones, and rugged handheld computers has extended its product offerings to include the newest F-Series rugged tablet computer from Motion and new Motion In-Vehicle Computing Solutions for the F-Series rugged tablet computers.
The new Motion F5te is an innovative tablet computer designed to meet the needs of field service and mobile professionals. The Motion F5 weighs only 3.3 pounds and features a durable design to protect against environmental conditions and accidental situations. The Motion F5te tablet increases worker efficiency and productivity by enabling constant, real-time communications while in the field. It allows workers to keep track of important documents and manuals, take and store pictures, fill out forms, capture signatures, email documents to the office, and more.
The Motion F5te rugged tablet PC comes standard with several features such as a built-in ergonomic carrying handle, fingerprint reader, integrated digital cameras (rear 3.0MP camera and front 1.3MP web camera), and integrated Bluetooth®. Optional features on the F5te include Gobi 3K mobile broadband, radio frequency reader (RFID), SmartCard reader, barcode scanner, and GPS module.
The 10.4” display on the Motion F5te offers a 10-point touch panel with durable Gorilla Glass. Motion’s optional View Anywhere® technology for outdoor visibility gives users the advantage of an industry-leading display optimized for mobile environments.
Motion’s new software, SNAPWORKS by Motion is included on the F5te tablet. SNAPWORKS is an intuitive, touch-based camera application that provides mobile workers an easy way to capture, annotate and share images. And, the just released Multi-Bay Battery Charger accessory charges up to five batteries at the same time. The charger is ideal for multi-user work group that facilitates a team-based, pooled work environment.
To learn more and order the Motion F5te, visit http://www.groupmobile.com/product.asp/sku=3392/dept_id=/mf_id=62/Motion+F5+Semi+Rugged+Tablet+PC.html.
The Motion In-Vehicle Computing Solutions for the Motion F5-Series tablets are designed with safety, space, and ergonomics in mind. In-Vehicle Solutions include a range of docks, mounting devices, and computing accessories that meet safety and performance standards required by fleet managers at law enforcement, first responder, utility, and other field service organizations.
Motion In-Vehicle Computing Solutions feature a Tilt & Rotate Mount designed for dashboard-mounting. This mount features a modular design that works perfectly with Motion's low profile F-Series tablets, offering flexibility and user comfort with a wider range of adjustment angles. The Mount provides smooth movement around two axes, allowing the tablet to be easily positioned for the driver or passenger. Built-in motion sensors limit the use of computer displays while the vehicle is in motion to reduce driver distraction. To learn more and order the Motion In-Vehicle Computing Solution for the Motion F-Series tablets, visit http://www.groupmobile.com/product.asp/sku=6909/dept_id=163/Motion+F-Series+Tilt+%26+Rotate+In-Vehicle+Mounting+Solutions.html.
"We are pleased Group Mobile has added our new F5te tablet and our In-Vehicle Computing Solutions to its product line," said
"We expect Motion's new F5te rugged tablet and Motion In-Vehicle Computing Solutions to be very well received among our highly mobile customers," stated
To learn about all of the Motion Computing rugged tablets and mobile solutions Group Mobile offers, visit http://www.groupmobile.com/brand.asp/mf_id=62/Motion+Computing.html.
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