U.S. Military Purchases Rugged Tablets

— March 05, 2013

Xplore Technologies Corp. has announced a significant purchase of its iX104C5 DMSR-M rugged tablet from the U.S. military. The order of more than 200 rugged tablets, which marks Xplore’s second largest purchase from the military sector in recent months, is scheduled to be delivered during the next two months.


The iX104C5 DMSR-M rugged tablet is designed for frontline personnel, and is built to meet military specifications (MIL-STD-810G) in the most extreme environments. The tablet can withstand a seven-foot drop while operating, offers an award-winning sunlight readable display, is impenetrable to dust and debris, and operates in explosion-prone areas without causing sparks.

The rugged tablet is certified for use on military frontlines and fixed-wing aircraft, and was chosen for its ability to operate without jamming or interrupting radio signals, real-time video streaming, a high performance operating system, and its ability to seamlessly interface with specialized equipment.

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