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RuggedPCReview.com: xTablet T7200 Rugged Tablet PC Review

As announced yesterday, MobileDemand just released the next generation of the industry leading xTablet T7000 Tablet PC, the xTablet T7200. The xTablet T7200 is a multi-functioning rugged Tablet PC with 4G LTE and 3G Gobi 3000 connectivity options, features the innovative new xView Pro™ sunlight readable display technology, and the capacity and performance to support all the applications mobile workers need to get more done in the field, faster.

Also released yesterday was RuggedPCReview.com's full review of the brand new xTablet T7200. This in-depth and comprehensive review covers everything from the Windows platorm and Intel processor to the new xView Pro display and overall ruggedness of the device.

From RuggedPCReview.com review:

"The xTablet T7200 represents a substantial technology updated to the original xTablet T7000. A third generation dual-core Intel Atom N2600 processor with integrated graphics provides a very substantial performance increase over the predecessor model. In our benchmarks, the xTablet T7200 was about two and a half times as fast overall. If that is not enough, MobileDemand offers the unit with the even more powerful N2800 processor. Despite the extra performance, battery life is up to ten hours.

Rugged PC Review xTablet T7200 Rugged Tablet PC ReviewThe wide-format 7-inch WSVGA resistive touchscreen display is bright and very sharp, but those used to tablets with active pens or dual-mode digitizers may miss the active digitizer (which MobileDemand offers as an option) or the effortless operation of capacitive touch. However, the touch screen is quick and precise. What's new is the availability of xView Pro, an innovative indoor-outdoor display technology that allows the display to remain clearly viewable even in direct sunlight. And it saves battery power as the technology lowers, rather than increases, the backlight outdoors.

The small xTablet T7200 does not have all the connectivity of full-size systems, but you still get a USB port, a LAN jack, and a serial port, and more via one of the optional docks. The device has an SDHC card slot and either a miniPCIe, PC Card or Smart Card slot. Among options are an integrated 5-megapixel camera with LED illuminator, an integrated 1D/2D imager, mobile broadband, and GPS.

In terms of ruggedness, the xTablet T7200 feels sturdy enough to withstand most abuse, and its thick rubber bumpers provide extra protection.

Offering exemplary performance, long battery life and impressive ruggedness, the xTablet T7200 represents a very attractive package for any application that requires full Windows in the field."

Visit RuggedPCReview.com to read the xTablet T7200 review in its entirety.


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