We’ve talked a lot about how rugged and light the Motion Computing J3400 is. Instead of throwing a bunch of meaningless numbers at you, we thought we’d show you some pictures of what the inside of a J3400 looks like, which speak to the special engineering that went in to the J3400.
Be sure to watch
part 1 and part 2 of our InkShow video series on the J3400 to get a hands-on feel of the rugged slate, as well as the new convertible keyboard, and be sure to checkout Motion’s official press release.
Photos courtesy of Motion Computing:
Elastomer Overmolded Bottom case, cushions shock, seals seams, and insulates. Non-Slip grip
Rigid internal Mag Frame, makes tablet strong and stiff
Floating Foam Mounted Display. The Display moves on impact to avoid stress on the LCD panel
Shoulder Strap Mount, mounted to Mag Frame
Flexible Plastic Skins Which Surround the Frame, made of PC+ABS. They flex to resist cracking
Spacing between the frame and skins. Allows skins to flex and absorb energy instead of transmitting it to the frame
Water Sealing Ã¢â‚¬” molded Elastomer ““lipÃ¢â‚¬Â on battery
Water Sealing Ã¢â‚¬” membrane on Microphone and Speakers
Water Sealing Ã¢â‚¬” Elastomer behind buttons
HDD Cushion Ã¢â‚¬” absorbs shock
Expansion Bay has its’ own mount to the Mag frame, replaceable