XSLATE B10 a Standout Rugged Tablet PC

One of tablets’ greatest attributes – their lightweight nature – can also be one of their biggest drawbacks in a tough work environment. When you need the convenience and portability that a tablet provides but durability is a concern, the XSLATE B10 rugged tablet from Xplore is an excellent solution.

No matter how extreme your working environment is, this rugged tablet with critical PC capabilities is up to the task. It’s got all the power, security and flexibility that modern workplaces demand, and it’s easy for workers to operate.

With Intel Broadwell Core-Series processors, Windows 7/8.1/10, and 8 GB of RAM, this is one tablet that won’t need to be upgraded any time soon. It comes standard with 8 ports, including 2 USB 3.0 ports, Micro HDMI-Out, True Serial, and RJ45 to name just a few. The ports are sealed for their protection, and HDMI-In is available as an option. It also features an Advanced Touch mode that can sense touches even when gloves are worn.

Ready for Any Environment

The 10.1-inch display on this tablet can be viewed in sunlight with ease, and it meets IP65 and MIL-STD-810G standards. Its magnesium alloy midframe means it can keep ticking even after several five-foot drops. It can also handle temperatures as low as -34 degrees Celsius. Its companion keyboard is spill-resistant, and it has gained Microsoft Azure certification for IoT.

Connectivity is no problem for this device, with its speedy 4G LTE Broadband as well as 802.11ac Wi-Fi data access. It can run for as long as 20 hours and has a hot-swappable second battery option so it can keep running without taking a break. It also boasts a camera and integrated barcode scanner, making it flexible enough to handle a variety of different tasks. No serious rugged tablet would be complete without addressing security, which is why this device uses TPM 2.0 and an integrated fingerprint scanner.

This blog post was based off of an article from Xplore. View the original here.

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