A tough little m-learning device

CeBIT Australia Expo 2009

I attended the CeBIT Expo at Sydney’s Darling Harbour this morning.

While there wasn’t a lot that caught my eye in terms of e‑learning (it is an IT event after all), I liked the look of these tough little tablet PCs that were being demonstrated by Motion Computing.

They look perfect for “on the go” kind of work, and I’m pondering their potential for m‑learning in rough environments – you know, open‑cut mines, construction sites, sales people’s cars…

Motion C5

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2 Comments on “A tough little m-learning device”

  1. Damian D Says:

    Okay, no joke, this was exactly the piece of hardware I was referring to when you asked me what my fave part of the show was.

    Love the built in barcode scanner and RFID reader. Great device.

    Want one for myself at home! haha.

  2. ryan2point0 Says:

    Great minds think alike! I also like the pen input and the fact that you can bash the device around a bit.


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