The Motion Computing F5v is the tablet that I personally use when I go mobile (nearly every day). Here are the reasons why: It’s tough – IP54, Mil 810G It’s mobile – 1.5kg, 10” Outdoor Screen It’s connected – Bluetooth, Wifi, 3G, GPS It’s fast – Intel Core i7, i5 or i3 processors It …Read more
l was in a meeting recently with a large group of executives from one of Australia’s biggest companies. Half of the executives had iPad, (tablet envy anyone? ). Early in the meeting as l was feverishly taking notes on my tablet pc (Active digitizer of course). One of the execs turned to us and said, …Read more
As you’ll see from the following video demonstration, working on massive plans with a Wacom Interactive Pen display makes a lot of sense. This video shows an Urban Planner working with ArcGIS 10 to add features to a interactive plan. Whilst the consumer technology media goes mad over touch based systems, you can see from …Read more
Our latest YouTube video shows how good windows 7 really is on a touch screen tablet like the Motion Computing J3500. Touch on windows 7 is regularly bagged in the mainstream IT media, but the real experience of windows 7 and a good touch tablet is actually very good. It may be that this perception …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.