Xplore unveils XSLATE B10 full-feature 10in rugged tablet

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Xplore Technologies Corp has unveiled the XSLATE B10, a full-featured 10in  rugged tablet designed for the toughest environments. The tablet comes with eight ports, an IP65 rating and C1D2/ATEX certification.

“After spending a day on the job with the XSLATE B10, you’ll understand why this fully featured tablet PC sets a new standard in ruggedness and connectivity,” said Mark Holleran, Xplore Technologies President and COO.

The B10 is designed to meet and exceed the needs of customers across a wide range of vertical industries, and the harshest workplaces, from frozen tarmacs to sweltering oil rigs.  Across telecommunications, manufacturing, transportation, distribution, construction or field service, businesses now have access to a fully rugged, lightweight tablet with all the ports and battery life necessary to stay active in the field.

Key features include: eight built-in ports, four of them sealed even with port covers open; two True Serial port connections for access to legacy equipment; an Intel Core i5 processor, upgradeable to i7 vPro ; ultra-fast 4G LTE broadband, 802.11ac W and Bluetooth 4.0 and USB 3.0 connections; and RJ-45 Gigabit Ethernet cable connection.

The B10 has a WXGA rugged IPS LCD backlit display and a projective 10-point touch capacitive touchscreen input with glove and wet modes plus a Wacom pen digitizer and active pen. There’s a 8 megapixel rear and 2 megapixel front camera, with xCature Pro camera application.
Optional productivity-boosting accessories include a removable companion keyboard, office or vehicle docking stations, kickstand, a second hot swappable battery to extend system runtime to 20 hours and an integrated barcode scanner.

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