Motion Launches Next Gen F5t and C5t

Motion Computing, a leading global provider of tablet PCs and mobility solutions, today announced the next generation F5t and C5t Tablet PCs. Designed to enhance productivity for mobile workers across a broad range of vertical markets, such as field service, healthcare, construction and retail, the latest Motion tablets deliver uncompromising levels of power, security and manageability. The news is getting some coverage today, including Engadget.

“Further, the F5t and C5t Tablet PCs enable both the business user and IT managers to compute with confidence through a combination of Intel based security paired with exciting designs and easy automation.”

Powered by 3rd generation Intel Core™ processors designed for optimized mobility and featuring a variety of power saving technologies, these latest tablet PCs from Motion offer up to six hours of battery life. The tablets also feature Motion’s hot-swap battery feature for extended, uninterrupted productivity in the field. Finally, built to run on Windows, the F5t and C5t Tablet PCs offer seamless business integration and virtually unlimited usability.

After testing the new F5t Tablet PC, Conrad Blickenstorfer, editor-in-chief of RuggedPCReview.com, noted, “The new F5t features a host of productivity-enhancing improvements. Most amazingly, even with the more powerful processor and the same size battery, battery life has improved significantly. Compared to its immediate predecessor, the new F5t offers roughly twice the performance, yet battery life can be twice as long.” Blickenstorfer ran a variety of performance, battery and usability tests which can be found in his review of the F5t. While testing for battery life, the F5t showed between 3.5 hours and 6 hours of continuous usage time depending on device settings.

Motion uses Gorilla Glass. Have seen the video demos for it? Crazy stuff.

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Bryan is the Managing Editor for AustinStartup and the CEO of Mahana. He is a co-founder of Capital Factory, an investor and advisor, and runs the popular Austin Tech Happy Hour with his wife.