AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Xplore Technologies Corp. (OTCMarkets.com-XLRT) today announced that the company is commencing a major European launch of its new iX104C5 line of rugged tablet PCs. Mark Holleran, President and Chief Operating Officer of the award-winning rugged tablet PC company, is visiting France, Germany, Poland, Belgium, Netherlands, and other countries to meet with partners, customers and major potential users of the new line.
“Our new C5 line is the best that we have developed in our history and incorporates features that we believe our customers will find particularly attractive and exciting,” said Holleran. He noted that one of the key features of the new C5 line is that they are field-repairable and field-upgradeable, which allows field personnel to repair units on site, thereby avoiding costly shipping expenses and downtime.
Xplore launched its line of five new rugged tablet PCs in the North America last month. The iX104C5 line includes five different models developed for use in a variety of environments and applications:
- iX104C5 DMSR™ - Dual-Mode Sunlight-Readable Xtreme Tablet
- iX104C5 DM™ - Dual-Mode Xtreme Tablet
- iX104C5 DML™ - Dual-Mode Lite Xtreme Tablet
- iX104C5 M™ - Military Xtreme Tablet
- iX104C5 DMCR™ - Dual-Mode Clean Room Xtreme Tablet
Based on third-party certifications, Xplore’s new iX104C5 tablet PC line surpasses the standards and specifications that are the measuring sticks for rugged tablet computers in today’s marketplace. Designing and building computers for “Real World Rugged” situations, the iX104C5 line withstands seven-foot drops to plywood over concrete and operating four-foot drops directly to concrete. All models feature industry-leading sunlight-readable displays and are the first tablet PCs with easy, tool-less access for in-field upgrades or repairs. The iX104C5s are also certified for use in hazardous locations. Xplore’s iX104C5 tablet PC line is powered by the Intel® Core™ i7 processor and utilizes Windows®7 operating system.
Highlights of Xplore’s New York launch earlier this month can be found on the new website under the “Company” and then “Press and Media” links.
About Xplore Technologies®
Founded in 1996, Xplore Technologies (www.xploretech) is a recognized pioneer and global leader in the rugged mobile computing industry. The company engineers, manufactures, sells and supports rugged mobile, wireless tablet computing systems, its sole focus and dedication. Their systems are used globally by some of the industry’s toughest customers, in the harshest working conditions. The Company’s products enable the extension of traditional computing systems to a range of field and on-site personnel, enabling end-users to receive, collect, analyze, manipulate and transmit information in a variety of environments not suited to traditional non-rugged computing devices. The Company’s end-users are in markets that include utility, warehousing/logistics, public safety, field service, transportation, manufacturing, route delivery, military and homeland security, among others.
Xplore Technologies, Xtreme Tablet, iX104C5, DMSR, iX104C5 DM, iX104C5 DML, iX104C5 M, iX104C5 DMCR, AllVue are trademarks or registered trademarks of Xplore Technologies Corporation. Windows 7 is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation and Intel and Core i7 are trademarks of registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.
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