So what is it with Xplore Technologies' and their insistence on calling random strings of letters and digits "model numbers?" Regardless of the nonsense, they've expanded their lineup further with a new offering that boasts a host of new security features like a finger print reader and user accessible hard drive and PC card bays for those who deal with sensitive data . This tablet was built for a beating -- its magnesium alloy shell and shock-resistant hard drive complement its ability to withstand dust, moisture, and extreme temperatures. Powered by an Intel processor and sporting an XGA screen, you'll have the world at your fingertips with all this connectivity: wLAN, wWAN, PAN (Bluetooth) and GPS wireless are all options here. If you just can't wait to get your hands on the iX104C3, well, you'll have to anyway; complete specs, pricing and availability are all currently unavailable -- but but that's no big surprise.