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Datalogic GFS4400 Provides Industrial 2D Performance in a Small Package

Posted July 26, 2012

Datalogic’s new compact 2D scanner may not be very big but it packs a mighty punch with very aggressive scanning, perfect for automated applications.

Powerful and compact, the new Gryphon GFS4400 scan module has all the first class features of the Gryphon premium 2D bar code readers in a small package, providing the ideal solution for hands-free reading and use in semi-automatic equipment.

Designed with system integration in mind, its optimum motion tolerance allows fast processing in automated applications and its great depth of field makes reading easy and intuitive. Plus, the Gryphon GFS4400 scan module’s small size and outstanding near-field reading are ideal for incorporation in the confined spaces required by semi-automatic equipment.

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The Wasp WPL608 Industrial Label Printer

Posted July 25, 2012

Having the right printer to meet the demands of your business is critical to getting the most out of your investment.  For demanding print applications, a printer needs to be reliable and easy to use to keep you business running efficiently. The Wasp WPL608 features an industrial design at an affordable price, delivering reliability that your organization can depend on. Durable construction, exceptional print speed, and dual barcode printing technologies make this barcode printer a leader in industrial barcode printing.

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Honeywell Announces Wireless Wide Area Network (Cellular) Connectivity Option for the Marathon Field Computer

Posted July 24, 2012

Today’s mobile data collection environments are  a nonstop series of challenges, and a nonstop quest for efficiencies.  Having the most capable tools in your workers hands allows them to maintain productivity and stay on track.

The Marathon field computer was designed to replace multiple devices with one ergonomic, easy to use solution that eliminates  the cost of purchasing and maintaining both laptop or desktop computers and a handheld device. The 7” touch screen display, laptop style QWERTY keyboard, numeric keypad, and optional data capture capability enhance worker productivity and reduce the number of costly errors. Further, the rugged design reduces down time and the total cost of ownership in the most demanding environments. Supporting Windows Embedded Standard, Windows XP Pro and Windows 7 Pro with mass storage to 64GB SSD, the Marathon also seamlessly integrates with enterprise applications and management systems.

The new Marathon WWAN offering supports both 3.75G GSM and CDMA EVDO  through a software configurable radio. Combined with 802.11a/b/g/n wireless local area network (WLAN), the Marathon WWAN enables anytime, anywhere communication capability with GPS location services.


The New Skorpio X3 Sets The Standard For Retail Data Collection

Posted July 23, 2012

The Skorpio X3 rugged mobile computer by Datalogic ADC represents innovation at its best. Retailers can benefit from all the latest advances that technology and engineering have to offer in this compact and ergonomic solution that fits any retail requirement for mobile data collection.

The Skorpio X3 mobile computer can be used for a variety of applications by the retail store associate, such as assisted sales, inventory and stock management. It offers the largest high-visibility color graphic display (3.2in) with touch screen in its class. This, combined with its specially crafted ergonomic casing, increases the viewing area in an extremely compact form factor, while its trendy design, compact size and light weight provide excellent balance and superior handling. The Skorpio X3 also resists shocks, tumbles and multiple drops from 1.5m, guaranteeing reliable performance with every scan.

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E-Class Pro+ Bridges The Gap Between Desktop And Industrial

Posted July 20, 2012

The latest E-Class Mark III printer offers features typically found in industrial printers but at a desktop printer size and price 

Datamax-O’Neil announced the availability of its newest E-Class Mark III printer model, the Professional Plus (Pro+).  The Pro+ offers a locking media cabinet and enough internal media capacity to hold a 7.2-inch roll of media or stack of fan-folded media  — the ideal printer when applications require secure printing or continuous uninterrupted printing.  Similar to the Professional model, the Pro+ also offers a fast print speed, expanded communications, real time clock, audible alerts and large display – features normally found in industrial class printers, but available with the E-Class Pro and Pro+ at a desktop printer price.

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CipherLab Launches the New CP50 Windows Industrial Mobile Computer

Posted July 19, 2012

Designed to enhance productivity in field mobility, transportation, and warehouse environments with multiple wireless communications, large memory capacities, and rugged designs.

CipherLab has recently launched their new CP50 Industrial mobile computer. The CP50 has specific designs to assist the harsh environments of the field, on the road, and in the warehouse. It comes fully equipped with a sizable 2 GB flash memory, which allows for mega storage of data. Top it off with multiple wireless communication options which enable field workers to have a wide range of connections on the field. Your field workers would surely be well prepared with this powerful device.

Along with all of its advantages, the rugged design of CP50 with IP65 is proven to withstand harsh environments. It passed 1.5 m drops onto concrete and 1,000 tumbles at 0.5 m ensuring durability. It also incorporates software tools for easy customization from CipherLab Smart Shells, Signature Capture, to FORGE Application Generator. The CP50 is built with both quality and toughness.

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Wasp’s WPL305 Desktop Barcode Printer

Posted July 18, 2012

Finding the right barcode printer can always be a challenge.  Ease of use and reliability are key concerns for every business to stay productive and minimize downtime. Within the sea of desktop printers currently available, the Wasp WPL305 stands out as a printer that is ready to meet the needs of any desktop application.

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Honeywell’s Dolphin 7800 Available With Android OS

Posted July 17, 2012

Google’s Android operating system (OS) has become increasingly popular in the consumer mobility market, but not all enterprise IT departments have been ready to adopt the new devices for business. Now, with the launch of the Dolphin 7800 Android which leverages the popular Android OS packed with Honeywell extras, enterprises can have the advantages and familiarity of a consumer operating system without compromising the needs of their business.

For demanding mobile workforce applications that have a need to complete multiple tasks in a limited amount of time, the Dolphin 7800 Android enables multi-purpose computing, communication, and data collection at desktop-like speed. When the benefits derived from consumer operating systems are desired in a lightweight yet reliable mobile computing solution, the Dolphin 7800 Android rugged mobile computer has the functionality required to fulfill the needs of  your enterprise, while maximizing the productivity of your workforce.

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Future Proofing Your Mobile Computers

Posted July 16, 2012

How the Features You Select Now Can Protect & Extend Your Investment Years into the Future

Rugged mobile computers deployed to warehouses, DCs and other transportation and distribution environments often aren’t used as long as expected, and as result cost the organization more than expected. Companies typically replace their DC computers after about 3 1/2 years, which is approximately seven months sooner than planned at the start of the deployment, according to a study. Rugged devices can actually last even longer, but are retired prematurely because the processors, software, communications data capture capabilities contained within the rugged housing are considered inefficient or obsolete.

Extending service life increases the value of mobile computers. When life cycles go down, so does the return on investment, and the total cost of ownership (TCO) goes up. The table below illustrates how changes in the replacement cycle impact the TCO for mobile computing deployments. It reflects how much the purchase price of a $3,000 rugged computer used in warehousing and distribution contributes to the annual and monthly TCO. Note that replacing mobile computers after 31/2 years instead of four (which is about the average intended life cycle) increases the annual TCO allocation by $107, or 14.2 percent.

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Pioneer POS StealthTouchand Magnus Spill Tests

Posted July 12, 2012

POS terminals are a key component that most businesses cannot afford to have go down. Consistent, optimum functionality is essential with deployment of all-in-one touchcomputers in environments such as restaurants, bars, kitchens, supermarkets, convenience stores, hospitals, laboratories, casinos, and manufacturing floors. Having the right terminal in place ensures business goes on as usual no matter what happens.

PioneerPOS designs all products with the end user in mind, taking into consideration the demands and rigors of various industry application. Not only are the StealthTouch and Magnus series of products rugged enough to withstand the harshest environments, these products are also spill resistant, as demonstrated in these videos.

     


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