Motion introduces new models

Motion Computing Inc. is launching its newest tablet PCs, the M1300 line, this week. The systems are powered by a 1 GHz Intel Corp. Centrino processor and come with various memory configurations. They include built-in 802.11b wireless receivers, allowing users to connect to the Internet any time they are near a wireless access point.

Pricing varies depending on the computer's configuration, but an M1300 with 256M of memory and a 20G hard drive lists for $2,099. The same model with 512M of memory, a 40G hard drive and a CD-ROM drive costs $2,499. The General Services Administration schedule prices are the same as retail, but Motion Computing will negotiate volume discounts, said Tricia Traeger, the company's director of corporate relations.

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