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Janam’s New XM5 Mobile Computer with Multi-OS Support

Posted January 22, 2015

Jxm5smallanam has announced the launch of its XM5 family of rugged mobile computers. Designed to maximize the mobility investments of enterprise and government organizations, the new XM5 supports Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 and Android operating systems on the same hardware, enabling customers to choose the OS strategy and application migration schedule that best meet their mobility requirements.

The XM5 combines the latest technological advancements in mobile devices with a sleek and rugged design to provide the power and flexibility required by mobile workers in field service, public safety, direct store delivery and transportation and logistics markets. Customers can choose between integrated, best-in-class, 1D/2D imager or 1D laser scanner for instant decoding of the hardest-to-read barcodes. Embedded RFID and NFC reading capabilities ensure more efficiency and accuracy in a variety of applications including inventory management, asset tracking, personal identification and mobile point of sale.

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Discontinuation Notice for the Datalogic Falcon X3 Mobile Computer

Posted January 22, 2015

With the recent launch of the next generation Falcon X3+ mobile computer in August of 2014, it is now time to announce the obsolescence of its predecessor, the highly successful Falcon X3 mobile computer. This will apply to all models of the Falcon X3 along with special versions as well.

The new Falcon X3+ ruggedized mobile computer from Datalogic represents the next evolution of the Falcon product line. Following the form factor of its predecessor, the Falcon X3+ mobile computer offers swift, accurate reading capabilities of both 1D and 2D symbologies. Laser models offer speedy reading of 1D linear bar codes as needed at both near and far ranges. The Falcon X3+ mobile computers also provide imager-based technology for customers opting for the flexibility of omnidirectional scanning of both 1D and 2D codes. This also now features the addition of a powerful 2D Extra Long Range option.

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CipherLab’s New RS30 Rugged Android Smart Phone.

Posted January 6, 2015

The RS30 series by CipherLab with its 4.7-inch touch screen, along with Android’s 4.4 operating system enables the user interface to be as familiar as any personal smartphone. Its large 4.7 inch screen allows data to be easily seen and quickly navigated. This ensures a rapid process for its users and allows them to be more productive. The lightweight design of the RS30 series carefully frees the burden for users and makes it easy to carry. Ultimately the RS30 Series touch mobile computer simplifies the operating process with an intuitive touch-centric familiar experience.


Honeywell’s New Version of HTML5 Browser

Posted December 29, 2014

VoicesFromTheHTML5TrenchesHoneywell has updated several of their mobile computers with the new version of HTML5 Browser which can be downloaded for existing units and will currently be provided on new devices.

HTML5 Browser allows cross-platform applications that have been developed using HTML5 technology to run on a wide range of Honeywell mobile computers. This capability provides two major advantages to Honeywell and to our software development
partners:

  • The HTML5 capability allows Honeywell mobile computers to be sold into applications where they have not previously been able to operate. This includes applications that are written primarily to run on consumer-grade smartphones, but where those smartphones are proving to be too fragile
  • The HTML5 capability provides software developers a path forward in this time of operating system road map uncertainty. As vendors of rugged mobile devices evaluate alternate operating systems, software vendors are left to wonder how to develop for the next generation of hardware. HTML5 offers one path forward that insulates them from these uncertainties.

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Made for Healthcare – Infographic

Posted December 18, 2014

Healthcare applications carry a unique set of requirements for patient data collection hardware especially when it comes to durability and reliability. To ensure patient safety, all equipment must be cleaned and sanitized on a regular basis which can be a challenge for many products. Honeywell has developed a range of scanners and mobile devices that are designed with an antimicrobial disinfectant-ready housing. These devices can easily handle regular cleaning with aggressive solvents commonly used in healthcare environments.

This infographic introduces Honeywell’s healthcare specific products that can meet any data collection need from basic scanning to mobile data collection on an iPhone or dedicated devices.

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Motorola’s Teaser Video for their New Mobile Computer

Posted October 15, 2014

Constantly innovating the world of mobile data collection, Motorola has a new mobile computer on the way set for an October 21st release. Set to be one of the smartest, flexible all-touch devices, the new device will help businesses become more efficient and accurate.


Intermec’s CS40 Mobile Computer Retirement Notice

Posted September 24, 2014

After a long run as a leading enterprise handheld mobile computer, the Intermec CS40 is finally coming to an end. Its compact,  lightweight ruggedized design was the ideal solution for in-the-field applications like route accounting, field services, merchandising, and inventory tracking.

Users seeking a scanphone replacement to their CS40 mobile computers should migrate to the new Honeywell Dolphin 60s. As the newest offering in Honeywell’s Mobility scanphone, the 60s are perfect for anyone seeking an entry level price, hard key data entry, medium-duty scanning, and a durable, pocketable device. Additional features include: Microsoft WEH 6.5, 3G UMTS/HSPA, 802.11 a/b/n, 5 Mpx camera, BT, GPS, 2D Imager and extended battery pack.

Anyone interested in Honeywell’s latest enterprise hybrid device, the Dolphin Black 70e successfully marries size, style and usability of a consumer device with the reliability and longevity of a traditional rugged handheld. Additional features include: Microsoft WEH 6.5 or Android, 3G WWAN, 802.11 a/b/g/n, 5 Mpx camera, BT, GPS, 2D imager and extended battery pack option.

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Janam XT1 Mobile Computer Delivers Powerful Performance to the Mobile Workforce

Posted September 22, 2014

Janam XT1 Mobile ComputerJanam has announced the launch of XT1, the industry’s lightest and most powerful rugged mobile computer. With industry-leading performance and unparalleled versatility, the new rugged XT1 is Janam’s first device to support the Android operating system and is built to meet the diverse needs and demanding requirements of enterprise and government customers.

The XT1 combines best-in-class technologies with a sleek and rugged form factor, providing mobile workers with the information they need to make better informed decisions, increase customer satisfaction and improve operational efficiencies. Equipped with integrated 2D barcode scanning technology to eliminate the challenges often associated with camera scanners or bulky sled attachments, the XT1 is designed to improve worker productivity in field sales, field service, healthcare, hospitality and retail markets.

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Unitech’s New PA520 Rugged Handheld Computer

Posted September 12, 2014

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Unitech expands their mobile computer line with the new rugged PA520

The PA520 will feature the same slim, PDA look as some of its predecessors. It fits comfortably in a shirt pocket, making it easy and comfortable to carry around.  Customers looking for an affordable rugged unit running Windows 6.5 will love the PA520’s competitive price point.

With laser and 2D imager scanner options and a 3.5-inch touch display available in either VGA or QVGA resolutions, the PA520 is a great fit for applications inside the four walls such as inventory and asset tracking. Rugged and built to last, the PA520 outperforms any consumer-grade device. Durable construction makes for a lasting investment, whereas consumer-grade devices are designed to be replaced every 1-2 years.

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The New and Improved Unitech PA692 with RFID and 2D Imaging

Posted September 9, 2014

Unitech PA692 Mobile ComputerUnitech has launched several new models of the popular PA692 rugged handheld computer. With brand new configuration options available, such as HF and UHF readers, 2D imager, and your choice of QWERTY and numeric keypads, there’s sure to be a PA692 handheld computer suitable for your enterprise and application.

HF and UHF

You can now equip your PA692 handheld with an HF or UHF RFID reader. This means that our new PA692 can be used to read HF (high frequency) tags often used for building access, transportation, and electronic payment systems. As with most HF readers, the PA692 is built for contact and proximity applications. Generally speaking, mobile workers must hold the RFID tag up to the PA692’s built-in sensor.

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