Motion Computing is now retailing its rugged CL900 tablet, which debuted way back at CES and hopes to capture a customer base amongst enterprise users.
Business tablets have been popping up all over the place today, and the CL900 is Motion Computing’s contribution to the action. Motion describes the Windows 7 CL900 as an “enterprise-ready tablet PC,” and it delivers the software and specs that have come to be expected of rugged, business-oriented tablets.
Powering the Windows 7 Professional software will be a 1.5GHz Intel Oak Trail Atom Z670 processor. Other specs include up to 2GB of RAM and a 30 or 62GB solid state drive, one USB port, one SD card slot, a rear-facing 3.0 MP camera and a front-facing 1.3 MP camera.
The CL900 will also feature a 10.1-inch screen made of Gorilla Glass with a 1366 x 768 resolution.
The CL900 starts at $900 for the most basic model (Windows 7 Home, less memory and storage), and is only available through Motion Computing resellers and distributors.