Motic (Richmond, British Columbia) has figured out a way to turn tablet computers into dynamic imaging stations that will preview, acquire, store, measure, and communicate microscope images. Built on Android technology, Motic’s new line includes two tablet cameras, the 7” Moticam S2 and the 10” Moticam T2. Both Tablet Moticams are managed by Android’s powerful 1.6GHz quad core processors using 1GB of DRAM, and both sport brilliant 1280x800 displays. The S2 provides 8GB internal memory while its bigger cousin boasts 32GB. Because images devour storage, both systems are equipped with Micro SD cards (up to 32GB). They also “play well with others”, readily sharing images and movies via Bluetooth, WiFi, and HDMI connections.

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This article first appeared in the April, 2015 issue of Aerospace & Defense Technology Magazine.

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