, a leader in mobile computing and wireless communications, today announced the latest in its line of rugged tablet PCs.
Maximizing performance and flexibility, the J3400's lightweight package, superior ergonomics and integrated features allow it to adapt easily to a broad range of demanding work environments.
Ideal for mobile workers that compute while walking or standing, the J3400 extends the computing day with a dual battery design and shines with an industry-leading, bright outdoor display.
"The J3400 was developed based on more than seven years of tablet PC experience, and feedback from customers across industries," said David Altounian, president and CEO, Motion Computing. "It is a mobile computing device with the capabilities our customers are demanding -- a powerful processor with a compact rugged design that supports users who must be productive whether in the field or in the office."
The J3400 joins Motion's family of proven tablet PCs that meet the needs of mobile users across a variety of markets including healthcare, construction, field sales and service and government. Balancing performance, weight, durability and integrated features, Motion tablets have significantly enhanced mobile productivity by enabling users to take technology directly to the point of service.
"Motion is recognized for innovative solutions that can improve productivity with the ability to take technology to the point of service," said Brian Tucker, business marketing manager, Mobile Platforms Group, Intel Corporation. "Intel's Centrino 2 processor technology is the backbone in many thin and light concepts like the J3400's innovative design with long battery life."
Cianbro, a construction and service solutions provider and Motion partner, has significantly improved job site productivity with the use of Motion tablet PCs. The company plans to deploy the J3400s at Destiny USA, a first-class destination being built to operate 100 percent free of fossil fuels.
"At Cianbro, we're excited about the advancements Motion has made with the J3400. The new features fit in well with our mobile computing needs," said David Fay, Cianbro's job site technology manager. "The bright screen, ruggedness and integrated camera will help us further improve productivity as we work to enable innovation in the construction industry through advanced technology."
Motion's J3400 offers all of the durability and functionality of a rugged PC, without the extra weight and price associated with traditional fully rugged devices. Starting at $2,299, it is significantly less expensive than many competitive devices.
The tablet PC features a hot-swappable dual battery feature for all day computing performance. Additionally, with its balanced design, integrated shoulder strap attach points, rounded corners and slip-free grip surface, it is easily carried throughout the day.
Motion's unique design and internal frame that protects internal components without adding weight or thickness allows for the J3400's rugged design and light weight. The tablet PC is IP-52 rated and meets MIL-STD-810F specifications -- able to withstand a three-foot drop on plywood over concrete as well as the occasional bumps, dust and moisture associated with mobile working environments. A variety of features create a reliable, rugged device: