Group Mobile Adds the Newest Rugged Tablet from Xplore – the Bobcat!

The Xplore Bobcat rugged tablet’s core construction features a lightweight magnesium alloy mid-frame in an ultra-portable form factor for the utmost rugged reliability. With MIL-STD-810G and IP65 ratings, the rugged Bobcat is engineered to protect critical data under the most demanding conditions such as 5′ drops to plywood over concrete, heavy rain, blowing sand and dust, continuous vibration, temperature extremes, and more.

The Xplore Bobcat rugged tablet is powered by the latest Intel Quad Core 1.9GHz processor, 4GB RAM, and a 128GB solid state drive. It offers a full suite of enterprise tools for any application. Comprehensive standard I/O features include two USB 3.0, micro SDXC, micro SIM card reader, micro HDMI-out, RS-232 serial-ready port, DC power, and headphones/speaker mini-jack stereo. Integrated options for CAC, NFC, fingerprint scanner, and 1D/2D scanner, give the Bobcat tablet the flexibility to meet exact user needs.

A multi-modal communications suite, including 802.11ac WLAN, Bluetooth, GPS, and optional 4G LTE mobile broadband, enables real-time data transfer and uninterrupted communications for field workers. Other integrated features on the Bobcat tablet include front and rear cameras.

The Bobcat rugged tablet sets the standard for field mobility with a full-shift, hot-swappable battery that lasts up to 14 hours, maximizes time in the field, and boostsproductivity. The Bobcat’s brilliant outdoor viewable, multi-touch display allows seamless transition from indoor to outdoor use. Options for carrying straps, handles, and mobile docking make the Bobcat tablet ideal for handheld and vehicle applications. Learn more about the Xplore Bobcat rugged tablet…

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