We got a chance to get our hands on a new 12 inch rugged Motion Computing tablet last month. It’s called the Motion R12. Take a look at Motion’s R12 “platform overview” video here: The R12 will replace the J3600 as Motion’s 12” tablet for field workers. It includes the latest generation Intel Core i5 …Read more
Since Motion Computing are based in Austin Texas it’s probably not much of a surprise that a Texas Swing band is using the J3500 as a mixing desk. Austin is renowned for its music scene after all. The following video interview with Jim Finney, road manager for Asleep at the Wheel will give you an …Read more
Motion Computing – makers the world’s most powerful slate Tablet computers – recently gave their F5v and J3500 tablets an upgrade. We consider the F5v and J3500 to be the computing equivalent to the Aussie ute. In fact, they are used in many of the same places. The Intel Core i7 versions of the J3500 …Read more
Hugh McLeod is a cartoonist who uses a Motion Computing J3500 tablet PC with its Wacom Active Digitizer Pen for drawing and sketching. Earlier this year Hugh presented for Intel at CES2011 with his J3500: Motion Computing J3500 tablet for drawing Why would you use the J3500 for drawing as a digital artist? J3500 allows …Read more
The new motion computing J3500 has been a big hit with customers already. The addition of a capacitive multi-touch screen option (includes the Wacom Active Digitiser Pen) and the Intel Core i7 processor has made the J3500 one of the most compelling tablets on the market for tablet users. Cheek out our video review below.