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Jul 18, 2018

CRN: Xplore XBOOK L10 is on the List of the 10 Best Tablets of 2018

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The 10 Best Tablets of 2018 (So Far): The rugged XBOOK L10 tablet features drop protection (up to six feet) and waterproofing/dustproofing, as well as the ability to view the display in bright conditions thanks to having 500 or 1,000 nits of brightness. LTE connectivity is included, and the tablet also offers a range of ports including Ethernet, USB-C and USB-A. The XBOOK L10 also offers strong performance via eighth-gen Intel Core i5/i7 processors.... Continued

Jul 18, 2018

Critical Comms: Xplore M60 Android Handheld Computer

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July/August Magazine: With the Xplore M60, workers will find it easy to retrieve work orders, complete checklists and view equipment manuals all day long without interruption, even when working under direct sunlight, in cold storage or other extreme conditions, with a battery that can last multiple shifts. The handheld’s built-in NFC and optional one-touch barcode scanning technology improves the speed and accuracy of picking, packing and loading actions within rail intermodals and shipyards, cargo holds and other facilities where fast quality and quantity validations are required.... Continued

Jul 17, 2018

Road Today: Xplore Unveils the M60 Ultra-Mobile Android Handheld Device

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Xplore Technologies has introduced a 6” handheld computer to its expanding rugged mobility portfolio: the Xplore M60. This Qualcomm Octa-Core powered and Android 8.0 Oreo ultra-mobile device will be available in two enterprise-ready configurations when it starts shipping in June 2018 – with and without a built-in barcode scanner.... Continued

Jul 13, 2018

MilsatMagazine: Disasters, Drones & Tablets — Developing future capabilities for first responders

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The United States has seen a significant number of record-setting natural disasters over the last few years, from the California wildfires to the back-to-back hurricanes that wreaked devastation from Puerto Rico through Florida and all the way to South-Central Texas. In the moments following a disaster event, that is not the time to wonder if the tools are up to the task of emergency response. Rugged tablets that will survive the often-harsh environment immediately during and after a crisis, and running operational software, can be immediately deployed — and they’ll work.... Continued

Jul 13, 2018

Shephard Digital Battlespace: Xplore expands product range, considers wearables

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The rugged tablet specialist Xplore Technologies is expanding its product range to include smaller systems and is considering developing wearable technologies for soldiers. The US-based company is known for producing ultra-rugged tablets, such as the XC6 series. However, Xplore is keen to ‘take this expertise [in rugged tablets] and bring it to other kinds of devices’, said Bruno Bothier, the company’s Southern Europe sales director. ... Continued

Jun 26, 2018

Industrial Maintenance & Plant Operation: Xplore Introduces New L10 Rugged Mobility Platform

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Xplore recently unveiled an industry-first rugged mobility platform that gives customers a choice of three different 10.1-inch Windows 10-based mobile computer form factors that are all compatible with a single, shared accessory set. Intel processors that span from the highest performance Intel 8th Generation Core-Series i5 or i7 with vPro to price performance offerings based on Intel Pentium® that deliver twice the performance when compared to Xplore’s current 10-inch rugged tablet offering.... Continued

Jun 19, 2018

RuggedPCReview.com: Xplore Technologies L10 Rugged Tablet Platform

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by Conrad H. Blickenstorfer: Xplore evolves its compact Windows tablet into a versatile, scaleable platform of lightweight tablets, hard-handle tablets, and 2-in-1 hybrids. In terms of performance, to say the results are astonishing would be an understatement. The overall PassMark score of 5,962.9 clocked by the 8650U-equipped version of the XSLATE L10 is far and away the fasted we've ever recorded with version 6.1 of the PassMark benchmarking suite.... Continued

Jun 15, 2018

Construction Executive: Construction Technology and Software Rundown

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There’s a new rugged Android device in town. Xplore Technologies’ 6” handheld Xplore M60 survives being dropped in dirt, left in a hot vehicle or left in freezing weather, even dropping in the toilet.... Continued

Jun 12, 2018

Railway Age: Mobility Key for Rugged Xplore M60 Handheld

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A new handheld device packed with powerful computing and wireless capabilities is as rugged as the mobile railroad working environment it’s designed for. The Xplore M60 mobile device features a 6-inch sunlight-viewable display and glove/wet touch capability, 0.8-pound light weight in a pocket-size magnesium-alloy internal frame with rubberized enclosure running the Android for Work 8.0 Oreo operating system, which can be secured, managed and upgraded remotely via MDM/EMM... Continued

Jun 12, 2018

Army Recognition Group - Eurosatory 2018: Xplore showcases its range of rugged tablets

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Xplore also showcases its new Xplore M60 6" handheld Android™ mobile computer, which is designed for both military logistics and use out on the field. This pocket-sized device is ultra-rugged with an IP68 rating, works with gloves, has a battery life of up to 22 hours, and dual SIM for enhanced performance and security.... Continued

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