Thursday, August 14, 2008


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Motion Computing’s first semi-rugged tablet PV, the F5, will feature Authentec’s fingerprint sensor technology for protecting stored data and networks the tablet connects to.

Other mobile devices have adopted this security module considered to be the most advanced, and these include cell phones such as the Asus M536 and Asus M50 and M70 notebooks.

"We worked very closely with our customers on the development of the new F5 tablet, and among the requirements was best-in-class security. That's why we turned to Motion's longtime fingerprint sensor supplier AuthenTec to add convenient security to this innovative new tablet," said Jerome Kearns, Motion's SVP of Operations. "We believe that the AuthenTec fingerprint sensor helps simplify password management while increasing data security on highly mobile devices."

Designed and optimized for field workers’ needs, Motion Computing F5 tablet PC is small and semi-rugged with magnesium-alloy internal frame and Elastomer overmolding.

Available at a suggested retail price of $2,699, Motion Computing F5 runs on Windows Vista Business or XP Tablet PC Edition being powered by the Intel Core Solo U1400 processor clocked at 1.2GHz, and integrating 1GB RAM memory, 40GB HDD storage, wireless module, optional mobile broadband module, optional barcode scanner, optional SSD drive, high-clarity display, and built-in 2MP camera.

"We are pleased to further expand our longstanding relationship with Motion, and we look forward to supporting the successful launch of their new semi-rugged tablet PC," said Tom Aebli, AuthenTec's senior director of PC Marketing. "Our durable fingerprint sensor adds convenient security to the F5. Today's field service personnel will experience reliable and consistent operation when they're ready to put the F5 to work. That's because our TruePrint-based fingerprint sensor reads below the surface of the skin to quickly and easily image their worn, calloused or dirty fingerprints."

1 comment:

Ayush said...

I recently bought the F5 Tablet and I should say it is an amazing device.
It has eased my business processes and I have all my data with me all the time.
I highly recommend the product, what I am using can be seen at Motion Computing F5 Tablet

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