Xplore XC6 rugged tablet is the bomb!

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xplore-xc6If you happen to be in the market for a tablet at the moment, there are way too many choices to pick from, especially if you are part of the Android revolution. There are high end models on one end of the spectrum, plenty of mid-range choices and full of fodder at the bottom rung. However, if you’re someone who prefers to jive to the iOS side of things, then Apple’s rather limited collection of iPads ought to cater to your needs, too. As for Windows 8, well, this platform is not the most popular of operating systems out there when it comes to touchscreen devices like tablets, but this does not mean it isn’t deserving of a shot. The Xplore X6 rugged tablet from Xplore Technologies is one such device.

What makes the Xplore XC6 rugged tablet stand out from the rest of the candidates in the tablet department? Surely at first glance, the burly design would make you know that this is a “no nonsense” device, where it should be able to welcome any kind of punishment meted out by you without breaking a sweat. Sporting a full shift battery that lasts up to 8.5 hours on a single charge, the Xplore XC6 also comes with a multi-resistive display that has capacitive-like sensitivity, allowing you to use it even when your fingers are wet and you’re wearing a glove. The screen itself sports 10 finger multi-touch support with pinch and zoom capabilities.

Your eyes, too, would not suffer at all when you use the Xplore XC6 under bright sunlight since it has a brightness level of 1300 NITs. Certified MIL-STD-810G for vibration, multiple drop and shock test and altitude, this bad boy comes completely protected against dust and can be submerged for up to 30 minutes in a meter of water. There are rounded, industrial rubber over-molded corner bumpers that ensures you enjoy adequate shock protection, while the magnesium alloy chassis would do its job to resist torsion, shear and impact damage. Above all, a 4th gen Intel Core i5-4300U processor would give you the necessary processing power required to be productive on the move, while a 128GB SSD (upgradeable to 256GB) offers adequate storage options.

Talk about one tough-as-nails tablet!

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