MobileWorxs introduces the new xTablet Flex 10 rugged tablet

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xTablet Flex 10 has been designed for those users on a budget who are looking for a Windows 8.1 10″ tablet that needs to be more rugged than consumer grade but without the steep cost premium of traditional rugged devices.

Ever since users started entrusting their field based productivity needs to iPAD's and Android tablets, manufacturers on the Microsoft platform have had a challenge. A vast number of mobile users have been looking for devices able to run Windows apps whilst being more robust than a consumer product but avoiding the steep cost overhead of traditional rugged tablets.

The MobileDemand xTablet Flex 10 is an entry level rugged tablet packed with the technology and features you need to run all of your Office and Browser based apps on the move.

Many field based users are looking to run traditional Office and desktop apps, buying a device that does not run these apps natively can be an issue. Adding an aftermarket case for ruggedness can also prove problematic.

3 Reasons to Choose xTablet Flex 10

1. Technology
xTablet Flex 10 ships with a bang up to date environment comprising 4GB RAM, 64GB drive, WiFi Bluetooth and Windows 8.1. The unit runs on Intel's Bay Trail-T Z3770 processor and has a plethora of ports, 2 cameras, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity as well as an e-compass ambient light sensor, G-sensor and gyrometer.
The xTablet Flex 10 also has a super sharp 10″ display which utilises 10-point capacitive multi-touch and also has a capacitive stylus.

2 versions with Wi-Fi are available at launch and are now shipping.
Windows 8.1 with Bing at £532 (£638.40 inc UK VAT)
Windows Professional 8.1 at £646 (£775.20 inc UK VAT)

3. Real Life Computing
As well as the pre-installed protective case, xTablet Flex 10 comes with a back-strap and carry handle and is available with a vehicle cradle. The unit is rated to MIL-STD-810G, so it is able to survive 26 drops from four feet onto concrete. The screen protector enables the unit to survive a ten-ounce steel ball being dropped from three feet onto the screen.

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