I would say "yes". What is the application for which you are using a tablet? What feature does the CL910 have that the F5v doesn't?
I might be losing my mind, but should I sell my F5V equiped with 2 docking stations, extra battery, and bump case and get a CL910?
I use my F5V out in the field with a drawing program. The one thing i like about the 910 over the F5V is the connections of which the F5V has minimum.
i have my le1700uva up for sale on the site, but was wondering if i should lower it?
I understand what you are saying about the single USB port. Otherwise, the F5v is clearly (to me) a much better overall device. Maybe using a vehicle dock to expand your available ports?
Also, I think your $550 price for the LE1700UVA is reasonable.
A USB hub might also be a solution, there are a few what do not need external power source (although can only supply 3-4 devices tops)
Thanks team, I really like my F5V, and after the money I put into it it's kind of crazy to leave it. I hope I'm not breaking any rules, but can someone PM me what the price would be for a CL910?
A CL910, the cheapest model, is around 1290$ (dunno if that's with or without taxes).
WOW.....$1290 is a bit much. I wish there was places that would let you trade in really good condition tablets towards newer ones.....if it works for cars, why not tablets?
There are actually not much of an interest in huge, wacom-enabled or not-so-famous named tablets, with x86 CPUs. Plus, Motion mostly makes heavy-duty tablets, for medical or industrial use, people can't really afford a new toy for thousands of dollars, and who buy it for work, well, they won't come here to fiddle with it ;D
Problem is, while these tablets ARE great to use, people buy the cheaper alternative. Thus makes the market for these a lot less active.