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3 Steps to a Better Work Experience

Posted August 12, 2019

Microsoft is ending support for Windows Embedded Handhelds 6.5 by 2020 and Windows Embedded Compact 7.0 by 2021. Don’t risk playing it safe. Migrate Now!

Make your transition to Android trouble-free with Zebra, with a wide range of all-touch TE Zebra Pre-Loaded Android Devices.

Step 1: Migrate

Easy Implementation

Step 2: Optimize

Automate process and work at full speed

Step 3: Modernize

Improve productivity and efficiency with user friendly apps and less risk of errors.

Check out the all touch TE Zebra preloaded Android devices below,

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Zebra devices come ready to ease the Android transition with all touch terminal emulation to improve delivery times and a better work experience.
Migrate to Zebra Android devices to improve operation efficiency throughout your supply chain.

Motorola Unveils the New MC3200 Mobile Computer

Posted June 25, 2014

mc3200Motorola is offering the third generation of the industry’s most successful mid-range mobile computer to retailersmanufacturers and distributors to help improve customer satisfaction through more efficient and accurate inventory management. The new, lightweight MC3200 mobile computer is ideal for inventory-related tasks on the store sales floor, in the warehouse aisle and on the loading dock where mobile workers need to rapidly and accurately pick orders to ensure customers receive the right items on time.

The cost-effective MC3200 is the industry’s first enterprise-class mobile device available with support for both the Android and Windows Embedded Compact (CE) 7 operating system (OS) – enabling businesses to standardize on one OS for all of their enterprise applications. With Premium models of the MC3200, companies can swap between Android and Windows CE 7, enabling them to purchase the OS that best meets the needs of their businesses and workers today and in the future.

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