Motion CL900 Light and Rugged Windows 7 Tablet Overview, Now Shipping (Video)

For users that need a full fledged Windows 7 tablet solution that is light and can handle the occasional drop, the Motion CL900 Tablet PC is an excellent choice and is now shipping. The Motion CL900 weighs in at 2.1 pounds, brings pen and finger touch input and a Gorilla Glass 10.1″ display that adds to the overall durability and rugged nature of this Windows 7 slate, especially with a starting price of $899.

Motion CL900 Windows 7 Tablet

Motion CL900 Rugged Tablet Specs

The Motion CL900 has a 1.5GHz Intel Atom Z670 processor, 30 or 62GB solid state drive options and a full complement of connectivity options including USB, SD Slot, Audio In/Out and Video Out. The tablet packs in WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0 and optional Wireless connectivity with GPS.

MOtion CL900 touch and pen

The 10.1″ display has a 1366 x 768 resolution and includes Corning Gorilla Glass to aid in the strength of the display. Users can interact with Windows 7 applications with a stylus or with their fingers, allowing for versatility across a number of end users applications.

The Motion CL900 can be used with an array of docks, mounts and cases to fit the needs of healthcare, auto and other workers out in the field as well as fitting into retail locations.

Motion CL900 Video Demo

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Rugged Tablet

The  Motion CL900 is rated for MIL-STD-810G and IP52 ruggedness certifications and is specifically designed to survive a drop from a workbench, truck bed or hospital bed as well as withstanding moisture, dust ans extreme temperatures. Below, you can see Motion Computing drop testing the Motion CL900.

Motion CL900 Battery Life

We haven’t had an opportunity to test the Motion CL900 out for battery life, but Motion is claiming that the tablet will last all day with an 8 hour battery. Motion tells us that the battery will charge to full in 2 hours so workers spend less time waiting for the CL900 to charge.

Motion CL900 Overview

Motion CL900 Gallery

Motion CL900 Specs

  • At 2.1 lbs (1), it’s small, light and very portable
  • The display supports both “Touch” and “Pen” input
  • 10.1” screen featuring HD 1366 X 768 resolution delivers bright visibility and the durability of Corning® Gorilla® Glass
  • Rugged Tested for real-world, field-ready conditions
    (MIL-STD-810G and IP52). See list of approved cleaners and disinfectants
  • Up to a full day of battery life using Intel‘s next generation
    Atom™ Z670 (1.5 Ghz) processor running genuine Windows® 7 Professional or Home Premium
  • Standard Solid State Drive (SSD) with 30GB or 62GB
  • On-board connectivity: USB, SD Slot, Audio In/Out, Video Out
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth® wireless connectivity and optional WWAN mobile broadband(Gobi™ connectivity with GPS)
  • Integrated cameras: Rear facing 3.0 MP documentation camera and front facing 1.3 MP web camera
  • Docking Station with 3 USB ports and Ethernet connectivity
  • One-year warranty protection – optional three-year and optional Accidental Damage Protection (ADP)
  • Natural pen/speech and touch input
  

Comments

  1. DNel says

    It would be appreciated if the type of digititizer would be listed (wacom, N-Trig, other) Since it is 10.1″ it must be a N-Trig digitizer as Wacom doesn’t make one this size. This can also be a deal breaker for many.

  2. Limner says

     

    There
    doesn’t appear to be an option for Motion’s indoor-outdoor/ViewAnywhere display
    on their order page, and I don’t immediately see mention in their promo sheets
    about outdoor readability. They’ve posted pictures of it being used outdoors,
    but absent supporting claims in text, I’m ambivalent.

    I haven’t
    followed the tech in a couple of years, but I’m given to understand that
    Motion’s ViewAnywhere displays disable touch. I’d be fine with that. At this
    starting price, and assuming no-hassle inking, I’d forego touch for a
    contemporary Motion product I could reliably use outdoors.

  3. Techgeek32 says

    These are not shipping now. Not until the middle or end of June. Unless you have a purchasing source that the rest of us are not aware of.

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