Built tougher than any other rugged tablet on the market, the Xplore XC6 series outstrips the competition in performance, features, durability, and resiliency. We’ve put each XC6 ultra-rugged tablet model through rigorous challenges and tested to MIL-STD-810G standards – and beyond – to ensure it thrives in Hazardous Locations and factory environments alike.
When your job keeps you on your feet, you need a durable mobile computer that will perform wherever you need it to go. Though it features a thin, lightweight frame, the 2.5lb Xplore Bobcat is a ruggedized tablet that's tough-as-nails and IP65 tested for extreme water resistance. It delivers every time in the field, vehicle, boardroom and beyond.
See the actual drop test for the Bobcat fully rugged tablet PC from 5' heights on plywood over concrete 26 times.
Xplore Rugged Tablets are tested for radio frequency emissions as required by Military security protocol.
See the fully rugged Bobcat undergo extreme vibration testing procedures to ensure your in-vehicle computing system will always be fully functional.
The XC6 tablet from Xplore Technologies is built to withstand potential damage out in the field. The kind of damage that results in down time and the cost of replacement equipment. Accidents happen. And this tablet is ready for them
See the actual rugged drop testing for the most rugged tablet on earth, the Xplore XC6 Ultra Rugged Tablet PC.
The XC6 ultra-rugged tablet PC from Xplore Technologies is designed to perform in any weather condition, sealed to be moisture and dust proof.
The XC6 ultra-rugged tablet from Xplore Technologies offers the best and brightest display technology on the market. The XC6 is readable in direct sunlight and reads data accurately when wet
The XC6 ultra rugged tablet PC from Xplore Technologies packs the processing power of a desktop PC for use in the field. It’s built to be the device your workers need to process heavy applications. Applications that require field data collection, processing, and uploading back to the company’s servers in real time