June 2007

Motion now shipping LE1700 and C5 tablets with Acronis True Image preinstalled
Acronis, Inc., a technological leader in storage management software, announced Motion Computing is shipping Acronis True Image Motion Computing Edition on all new Motion LE1700 and C5 tablet PCs. Acronis True Image is a comprehensive data and system protection solution for tablet PCs, desktop PCs and laptops. It is used to create an exact image of a hard disk for data recovery and to restore backed-up individual files and folders. -- Posted Wednesday, June 27, 2007 by chb

Gateway adds Electronic Medical Record (EMR) software to healthcare portfolio
Simplifying the purchase and implementation of technology for healthcare professionals, Gateway is now making it easier than ever for hospitals and medical offices to outfit their facilities with computing solutions that increase efficiencies and enhance patient care. Beginning immediately, MedicWare Electronic Medical Record software can be purchased with several Gateway PCs that are ideally suited for the healthcare market, including the thin and light Gateway E-155C Tablet PC convertible notebook. -- Posted Thursday, June 21, 2007 by chb

Review: MobileDemand xTablet T8600
Offering integrated bar code and mag card readers for field data collection activities makes the MobileDemand xTablet T8600 Tablet PC a superb productivity tool for a variety of vertical market applications. It is also one of the few tablets with an integrated keypad, speeding up data entry. The fully rugged slate has a magnesium housing, extensive shock absorption, can survive multiple 3-foot drops and offers IP54 sealing (see our shower test. A massive battery allows for full-shift operation. Despite all this, the xTablet T8600 is very compact and weighs just 4.6 pounds. [Read full review of MobileDemand xTablet T8600 Tablet PC] -- Posted Wednesday, June 6, 2007 by chb

GD-Itronix DynaVue Outdoor-Readable Display Technology
General Dynamics Itronix has unveiled a remarkable daylight-readable display technology called "DynaVue." How good is it? Our technology editor Geoff Walker says, "Don't you just hate it when some marketing guy labels something as "ultimate"? Well, I've found something that really should be labeled as "ultimate." It's General Dynamics (GD) Itronix' brand-new DynaVue outdoor-readable touch-screen display technology." [Read technical review of the Itronix DunaVue Outdoor-Readable Touch-Screen Display technology] -- Posted Monday, June 4, 2007 by chb