Motion Computing LE1700 Being Discontinued

le1700_tablet_pcIt looks like Motion Computing’s LE1700 days are numbered, which is unfortunate because the nice tapered design was always one of my favorites. A newsletter was just sent out saying that the LE1700 would only available while supplies last, which means they are not making any more. If interested, contact a reseller today for $100 off. More info below:

The Motion LE1700 Tablet PC will be available only while supplies last. The LE1700 Standard batteries will be available thru 2011, the Extended batteries thru 2010, and power packs and digitizer pens will continue to be available indefinitely.

Get a $100 instant rebate on any LE1700 system with an UltraView SXGA+ or UltraView Anywhere SXGA+ display – Call your reseller today! Contact  Allegiance,  Paradise,  PC Connection or one of ourother Resellers for more details. Offer good thru July 31, 2009.

Comments

  1. J says

    Although i prefer a convertible, the LE1700 was the only choise for me right now, for the case, if my 1400×1050 12″ Toshiba Portege M200 would get too slow or get lost or broken. Its gone now, and it was problematic in europe to get one anyway.

    Looking for future replacements,i almost thought of axiotron modbook.
    Heading to the website i see the 15.4″ version coming January 2010, and it has an wxga display, which in reality is probably 1440×900 as the original macbook pro.
    It costs alot and for a 15″ thats not a high resolution.

    But as i understand it will have pen and touch input, maybe the new wacom technology, since they use wacom panels in their products now.

    Maybe in year 2013 they make a 17″ 1080p tablet.
    Or if you pay a million they do it today.

    Must i say, i’m dissapointed in today’s tablet-pc trends!
    Must i say, i’m frustrated!

    So if any manufacturer is reading this, please make a ultra-thin convertible tablet-pc with a 13″ to 14″ multitouch&wacompen screen at the resolution from 1440×1050 to 1600×1200.
    Maybe, just maybe i could live with a wide-screen too.
    Thank you.
    (Seems like one has to make his own tablet-pc company)

  2. J says

    Ah, its gone now was ment for the LE1700. And my use case, if anyone is interested, is drawing directly on the screen, plus everyday websurfing too. Thats why i like convertible tablets.

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