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Motion F5m tablet shipping again after sharing the stage with Xplore for the first time

Jun 26, 2015 • HardwareNewsmotionXplorehardwareService Management Expo

Companies keen to deploy the Motion F5m tablet, who have been thwarted by lack of availability got some good news at last week's Service Management Expo - new owners Xplore Technologies announced that the tablet has begun shipping again.

Xplore agrees to purchase Motion Computing

Apr 21, 2015 • HardwareNewsmergers and acquisitionmotionXplore

Xplore Technologies Corp a manufacturer of award-winning rugged tablet PCs, announced in the last few days that it has agreed to acquire substantially all of the assets of Motion Computing, Inc. and its subsidiaries Motion, another Austin,...

A tale of two markets? Field service and the rugged tablet

Mar 27, 2015 • FeaturesHardwareXploreruggedSandy McCaskie

Xplore Technologies’ Sandy McCaskie asks whether the rising “consumer made rugged” approach can work for field service companies?

Xplore Technologies Introduces xCapture Pro for Bobcat and XC6 Rugged Tablets

Jan 30, 2015 • HardwareNewsXplorehardware

Xplore Technologies a manufacturer of the most powerful, longest-lasting, ultra and fully-rugged tablets, recently announced Xplore xCapture Pro camera software for its Bobcat and XC6 Windows-based tablet PCs. The new camera software provides end...

Xplore Technologies Secures $2 Million Order from Service Provider to Utilities and Telecommunications Companies

Jan 25, 2015 • HardwareNewsXplorehardwareruggedtablets

Xplore Technologies a manufacturer of powerful, longest-lasting, ultra and fully-rugged tablets, recently announced it has secured a $2 million (US) order for its XC6 DMSR ultra-rugged Windows tablets from a company providing infrastructure...

Xplore Technologies’ Bobcat and RangerX Tablet PCs Achieve Full ATEX Certification

Dec 17, 2014 • HardwareNewsXplorehardwarerugged tablet

Xplore Technologies Corp manufacturer of some of the world's most powerful, longest-lasting and rugged tablets on the market, has announced that both the Windows-based Bobcat and Android-based RangerX models have achieved full ATEX certification.

Xplore RangerX Pro fully-rugged tablets deployed for network construction technicians

Sep 23, 2014 • HardwareNewsXplorerugged tabletstelecoms

Xplore Technologies Corp manufacturer of ultra and fully-rugged tablets, announced earlier this month that they have received an additional order for approximately 1,500 RangerX Pro fully-rugged Android tablets that will be used by a major U.S....

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