Motion Computing has introduced the J3500 tablet computer, which the company says can withstand "harsh mobile work environments." That refers to tumbles, drops and rain if you were wondering.
Powered by Intel Core i5 or i7 processors (depending on your budget), the J3500 sports a 12.1-inch Gorilla Glass display that allows for dual pen and touch input. Motion Computing promises up to "4 times improvement in breakage resistance" from the predecessor, the J3400, plus a new anti-smear coating.
Along with being able to survive some damage thanks to rugged exterior, the J3500 also comes pre-loaded with Intel's Anti-Theft technology in case of the tablet being lost or stolen with all of that top secret, corporate information.
Running on Windows 7 Professional, the J3500 features a 160GB HDD or 64GB/128GB SSD, up to 4GB of RAM, a 3.0-megapixel camera, GPS and 3G support.
If all of this piques your interest, hopefully there's enough room in the budget as this will set you back $2,299. And that's just the starting price.