Motion Computing F5V - Intel Core i7

  • Motion Computing F5V - Intel Core i7
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Pros:

  • Light, large screen; good performance; handle placement makes carrying easy.

Cons:

  • Pen can be less than perfectly responsive; USB port difficult to access.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Government Computer News on -

S A minor disappointment: We didn’t like that there was only one USB port on the unit and that it was placed at a very bad position. There is a little protective tab that covers the power port, but this space is also shared by the USB port. That...

By PC Pro on 83

A refined, yet tough-nut Tablet PC for the most niche of business applications...

By ZDNet UK on 80

Motion Computing has kitted out its rugged 'field-ready' tablet with an impressive set of components, including Intel's latest vPro-equipped Core i7 CPU, mobile broadband, and cameras to the front and rear. There's only one USB port and...

By Rugged PC Review on -

This is a first hands-on look at the 2010 edition of Motion Computing's F5 tablet computer, now named F5v, which Motion calls a "rugged, portable, mobile field tool that integrates technologies to optimize workflow for mobile field professionals."...