Redefining Rugged Tablets

— March 25, 2014

Motion Computing's R12 Rugged Platform is a field-ready tablet and accessories package designed for the worker who moves from the field to the vehicle to the office.

The R12 Platform includes a lightweight FHD 12.5" tablet along with a variety of business-oriented accessories including the SlateMate data acquisition module, EasyPair technology wireless keyboard and Secure Mobile vehicle dock. The platform was designed with professionals in public safety, construction and field service in mind.

"Over the past decade, we have accumulated a wealth of knowledge about what the mobile worker wants as well as what the companies they work for need," said Cathy Thompson, CEO of Motion.  "The R12 Rugged Platform is a result of that knowledge.  Every R12 product and feature was created with a specific worker need in mind. Enterprise-ready, secure, safe and rugged, the R12 was built to delight and empower the end-user while delivering investment protection and productivity gains to the business."

In addition to serving as a tool for field service, the 12.5" R12 tablet, paired with the desktop mount, can also function as a desktop replacement. What's more, the EasyPair technology wireless keyboard helps users avoid the often time-consuming and frustrating hassle of Bluetooth pairing by ensuring any R12 wireless keyboard automatically pairs with any R12 Tablet.

Motion's SlateMate data acquisition module can be configured with as many as three I/O devices, which can aid field workers such as telco technicians who require considerable flexibility from their devices. The Motion Secure Mobile vehicle dock helps to improve both driver safety as well as productivity, flexible enough to accept multiple docking configurations such as the tablet with attached SlateMate module or the tablet in a carrying case.

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