Motion Offers New Price and Performance Options for the F5v Tablet PC

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Tablet PC Designed for Mobile Workforces Now Available with the Intel Core i3 Processor, Offering a Lower Entry Price Point While Offering Both Performance and Durability

“Mobile productivity is a necessity for organizations across industries, and in today’s economy, offering a range of price and performance options is a must,” said Mike Stinson, Vice President of Marketing, Motion Computing.

Motion Computing®, a leading global provider of tablet PCs and supporting mobility solutions, today announced that the Motion® F5v Tablet PC is now available with the Intel® Core™ i3 processor. This new option creates a lower entry price point for organizations that require the streamlined processes and increased productivity that the F5v brings to mobile workforces, but do not need the advanced systems management capabilities of the Intel® i5 or i7 vPro™ processors.

Ideal for mobile workforces across vertical markets, including construction, field service, government and retail, the F5v is also now available with a 30GB solid state drive (SSD) option, further lowering the starting price of the tablet PC while providing the reliability of an SSD. With these new additions, Motion can offer customers the most robust price, performance and feature options on a rugged tablet PC to support a variety of mobility needs.

Now, organizations that are already benefitting from the F5v’s highly mobile, durable design can also take advantage of the new lower entry price point for appropriate applications. The F5v with the i3 processor is compatible with all of the peripherals designed for the F5-Series Tablet PCs, creating new levels of affordable power, security and manageability. As the ideal mobile computing device for virtually any environment, the F5v now provides organizations with more options in order to match the performance and cost of the tablet with the requirements of their mobile business processes.

“Mobile productivity is a necessity for organizations across industries, and in today’s economy, offering a range of price and performance options is a must,” said Mike Stinson, Vice President of Marketing, Motion Computing. “We at Motion are dedicated to providing solutions that deliver the best power, performance and price options for our diverse customer base.”

Fully rugged, the F5v meets MIL-STD-810G and IP-54 standards, so it is protected against the bumps and drops associated with highly mobile workflows and sealed against dust and moisture. The tablet PC is ideal for mobile users that require durability, mobility and performance in a lightweight design, while packing powerful integrated features, including a digital camera, web camera and barcode scanner, into a compact frame that has proven to significantly increase field productivity. Utilizing the Windows® 7 operating system and available with robust connectivity options, the tablet PC also creates a seamless link between mobile workers and office-based employees.

Pricing and Availability
The F5v is now available with the i3 processor at a starting price of $1,899 in the U.S. All Motion Tablet PCs are available through an international network of value-added resellers and distributions. For more information contact your local reseller or visit your local Motion website.

Web Resources
More information about the F5v: http://www.motioncomputing.com/products/tablet_pc_f5.asp
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/12982
Twitter: http://twitter.com/MotionComputing
Facebook: http://facebook.com/MotionComputing

About Motion Computing
Motion Computing is a leading global provider of tablet PCs and supporting mobility solutions, combining world-class products with services customized for the unique needs of target vertical markets. The company’s enhanced line of rugged tablet PCs, mobile point of care solutions and accessories are designed to increase mobile productivity while providing portability, security, power and versatility. For more information visit http://www.MotionComputing.com.

Motion Computing and Motion are registered trademarks of Motion Computing, Inc, in the United States and other countries. All other trademarks and copyrights are the property of their respective owners.

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