Motion Computing is now taking orders for the CL900 Tablet PC and expects to begin shipping units out to customers within four weeks. The 10.1″ slate runs Windows 7 and has some durability features, including Gorilla Glass.
We first saw the Motion Computing CL900 back at CES 2011. The device looked pretty solid, but it is difficult to get a sense of what a device is like in the real world during a press event. Fortunately, Motion Computing has put GottaBeMobile at the top of the list for a review unit, which means we’ll be able to put it through its paces.
Windows tablets might not be in vogue with consumers, but there are a lot of businesses out there that need mobile solutions that run on Windows. With a claimed battery life of eight hours, the CL900 is worth a close look.
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