Motion Computing CL900

  • Motion Computing CL900
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Pros:

  • Corning Gorilla Glass prevents scratches and cracks, Decent camera quality, Features like USB 2,0, mini-HDMI, and an SD card reader are handy.

Cons:

  • Stubborn power button and lock switch, Stylus and dock sold separately.

Expert reviews and ratings

By eWeek on -

Although only those with short memories can be forgiven for assuming that Apple invented the tablet computer, it’s easy to make that mistake. One doesn’t hear the phrase “Tablet PC” much these days, but such devices have been...

By ZDNet UK on 70

The Motion CL900 is aimed at specific vertical markets rather than the general business sector (don't even begin to think of it as a consumer device). It's quite heavy, but the trade-off is a rugged build quality that's not found in...

By PC Mag on 70

The Motion Computing CL900 tablet offers 7 hours of battery life, handy features, and agile processing, and it's business-friendly to boot. Unfortunately, its big price tag doesn't include the accessories you'll need to make the most of this...

By Computerworld on -

With more than 25 million iPads sold during the device's first 15 months (according to this year's WWDC keynote address), there's no doubt that Apple has been the early winner in the tablet wars. However, while the iPad (and Android tablets)...

By Channel Pro on -

Rugged, well made and the dock is neat, but it needs more than Atom-level performance to persuade us that Windows 7 and tablets can mix Intel has been talking up its potential in the burgeoning tablet market, but after taking so long to dive in it has...

By PC Pro on 50

Rugged, well made and the dock is neat, but it needs more than Atom-level performance to persuade us that Windows 7 and tablets can...

By Rugged PC Review on -

Motion Computing, one of the true pioneers in innovative tablet computers, introduced the Motion CL900 Rugged Tablet PC at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on January 5, 2011. Motion developed this eminently practical machine specifically...

By Rugged PC Review on -

As of early summer of 2011, 25 million iPads have been sold, which clearly indicates an appetite for tablets that far exceeds the modest numbers sold before Apple entered the scene in early 2010 with the effortless elegance of multi-touch. Problem is,...