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Mobexx launches new 7 inch Viliv tablet PC for use in cab

Rugged mobile computer company Mobexx has added the Viliv X70 EX 7-inch tablet PC to its product range. The innovative touchscreen computer is suitable for semi-rugged indoor or in vehicle applications where the 7-inch format is making its mark for mobile working. The tablet PC runs Windows 7 operating system – and has a power-efficient Intel Atom processor.

Mark Dale-Lace, Mobexx Director says: "The 7-inch format ultra mobile tablet PC is proving popular for all kinds of mobile and industrial applications such as logistics, distribution, field service, engineering and security where paper documentation is being rapidly replaced by electronic systems. The Viliv X70 EX is a good alternative to larger tablet PCs or laptops. It provides better ergonomics than smaller hand held computers or touchscreen PDAs where a larger daylight viewable screen is required but without the weight of a larger device."

The Viliv is an all-in-one mobile computing solution that is user friendly and will improve productivity, enhance customer service and reduce operating and servicing costs. Being fully integrated, there is no need for additional equipment although optional in-vehicle mounts are available from Mobexx. The device features touchscreen input, integrated GPS, wireless multi-connectivity with Bluetooth GSM/GPRS and 3G, a camera and importantly very long battery life. A Solid State Drive (SSD) provides data storage, giving up to 64 GB of storage with the addition of easily swappable SSD cards if more is needed.

"We selected the Viliv as the ideal solution for mobile worker applications requiring a semi-rugged tablet computer. Users will like the ergonomics of the device as well as its light weight. The product is available with a protective case if required," says Mark Dale-Lace.

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