CMC LAUNCHES X-PILOT RUGGED WEB TABLET FOR WIRELESS NETWORKING

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Mobile computing expert CMC has launched the X-Pilot a versatile rugged web tablet computer with a competitive specification for fully integrated 802.11g wireless networking.

The X-Pilot is based on the Windows CE.NET operating system and is equipped with an Intel X-Scale 400MHz processor. It is compatible with a wide range of applications and a number of interface connections are available. The X-Pilots touch screen features both a virtual keyboard and handwriting recognition for ease of use.

The showerproof, lightweight, IP53-certified X-Pilot has a 10.4 panel and weighs in at just 1.6kg. Its hot-swappable battery avoids downtime and gives a battery life of 6 hours before needing to be changed or re-charged. An optional cradle station for the tablet and a protective carry case that makes it the computer fully hands free are available.

Said Managing Director of CMC, Mark Dale-Lace: The X-Pilot is ideal for indoor use and gives seamless integration for retail, hospitality, healthcare and light industrial applications. Whether queue-busting, taking orders or checking stock, the X-Pilots design and functionality make it a user-friendly choice.

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