Motion Computing presents LE1600TC Tablet PC

Posted on Tuesday, Jun 21 2005 @ 10:03 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Motion Computing today unveiled the mobile thin client version of its LE1600 tablet. The LE1600TC includes the popular security features from Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2, such as improved wireless networking and an embedded firewall. Combined with the LE1600's advanced security capabilities, organizations can help ensure user, network and enterprise data are protected.
LE1600 Tablet PC


The LE1600TC includes a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) for hardware-protected encryption, as well as secure digital certificate storage for authentication and secure e-mail applications. Its built-in fingerprint reader uses biometric data to prevent unauthorized access to system resources and encrypted data.

Priced from $1,899 and shipping now, the Motion LE1600TC runs the Windows XP Embedded operating system. It comes loaded with Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), Citrix ICA Client and Microsoft Internet Explorer with the Sun Microsystems Java Runtime Environment, and EverNote Corp.'s ritePen 2.5 handwriting recognition software with improved editing tools. Because thin client computers do not store data locally like traditional PCs, these applications connect the device to software managed and data stored on an organization's network.

The Motion LE1600TC uses the recently announced Motion LE1600 slate tablet PC chassis (pictured at the right side of this article) and has many of the same features, including its award-winning wide-viewing angle display and advanced battery management capabilities. The tablet's traditional hard drive is replaced with 512MB solid-state flash storage, allowing storage only of the operating system and essential applications.


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