Rugged Handheld

— May 09, 2011

LXE’s IP-65 rated Tecton handheld computer accelerates real-time data capture with a PXA 320 806 MHz processor running Windows Mobile 6.5 or Windows CE 6.0. The unit’s multi-range scanning capabilities enable bar code reads from 4 in to 40 ft. The device also features a scan vibration signal that can be used to verify successful scans in loud warehouses, and multiple built-in data-entry options. Keypads protect against airborne and spilled chemical agents, and electrical components are secured to circuit boards to better withstand drops and shocks. Price: Unavailable. www.lxe.com

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