Xplore launches tablet for tough work

Xplore recently added the XSLATE D10 to its impressive lineup of rugged tablets.Xplore recently added the XSLATE D10 to its impressive lineup of rugged tablets.

Xplore Technologies Corp., which specializes in rugged tablet computers, recently launched a new tablet dubbed the XSLATE D10.

The 10.1-inch, 2.4-pound Android tablet includes a bar code scanner and a second battery. Xplore states that the XSLATE D10 has more available ports than any other Android, including two USB 3.0, RJ-45, an optional HDMI input, and more.

“Every day, we see more and more customers turn to the Android platform for their rugged technology needs,” said Mark Holleran, Xplore Technologies President and COO. “The XSLATE D10 not only shows what’s possible with a rugged Android device, but exemplifies our commitment to Android. With the XSLATE D10, our customers will continue to enjoy the latest mobile technology in a versatile and rugged form factor.”

Features on the XSLATE D10 include MIL-STD-810G with a 5-foot drop spec and IP-65 rating for dust and liquids; Class I, Zone 2 (U.S., Canada), ATEX Zone 2 safety classification; Android Lollipop 5.1 OS with Intel® Bay Trail E3845 Quad Core 1.91GHz Processor; up to 8 hours of battery life (20 hours with hot-swappable external battery); outdoor and wide-viewable display for field applications, with 500 NITS & 800:1 contrast ratio; standard 64GB storage, 4GB RAM; Kensington lock slot for physical security.

Optional features for the XSLATE D10 include a suite of carrying and docking accessories, an NFC module, HDMI input, WWAN 4G LTE, a second battery, and a bar code scanner.