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S&P CAPITAL IQ INITIATES COVERAGE ON XPLORE TECHNOLOGIES CORP. IN STANDARD & POOR’S FACTUAL STOCK REPORTS
S&P Capital IQ announced today that it has commenced Standard & Poor’s Factual Stock Report coverage on Xplore Technologies Corp.Xplore Technologies Corp. (OTCQB: XLRT) is engaged in the business of developing, integrating and marketing rugged mobile wireless PC computing systems. The company's products enable the extension of traditional computing systems to a range of field and on-site personnel, regardless of location or environment. Compatible with a range of wireless communication options, Xplore's computing products enable end-users to receive, collect, analyze, manipulate and transmit information in a variety of environments not suited to traditional computing devices. The company's end-users are in the following markets: utilities, telecommunications, warehousing/logistics, public safety, field service, transportation, oil and gas, manufacturing, route delivery, military and homeland security. The company's family of tablet personal computer (PC) systems can be fitted with a range of performance-matched accessories, including multiple docking station solutions, wireless connectivity alternatives, global positioning system modules, biometric, and smartcard modules, as well as traditional peripherals, such as keyboards, mice, and cases. Xplore supports up to 160GB Solid State Drive (SSD). In addition, Xplore tablets have the only tool-less access to the (SSD) in the market making it quick and easy to swap drives for storage, or OS within minutes. Using the company's industrial strength mounts, the tablets can be mounted on motorcycles, watercraft, vehicles, helicopters, forklifts, tanks, carts, or walls. The tablets are designed to handle water, dust, debris, salt, vibration and extreme temperatures. In contrast to laptops that have display hinges that can crack when dropped, and that are prone to overheating and can't be viewed well in direct sunlight, the company says their tablets can be dropped, hosed off if necessary with their IP 67 rating, and that the screens are viewable in direct sunlight.