Motorola’s TC55 Touch Computer Now Available with Verizon Voice and Data

Posted February 23, 2015

Motorola TC55 Handheld ComputersTo get the job done, today’s workers need access to business-critical applications out in the field. To do so, they want a mobile business device that is every bit as small, sleek and easy to use as their own personal smartphones. Today’s enterprises are aware of worker expectations, and the low price point of consumer smartphones. At first glance, consumer smartphones appear to meet worker expectations at an initial acquisition cost that is much lower than their enterprise rugged counterparts. But in reality, today’s smartphones fall far short of the attributes and features required in the enterprise. Not only do consumer device failures impact productivity, they typically cost more in the long run, and fall short of the key features required to truly maximize worker productivity and efficiency.

Introducing the TC55 — the pocket-sized all touch computer that has it all. It may look like part of today’s consumer smartphone family, but the similarities stop there. The TC55 is a personal touch computer, built for business.
TC55 Touch Computer

  • 3G EvDO and CDMA voice and data or 4G LTE data only for the Verizon network
  • Standard Configuration with Google Mobile Services (GMS) and Professional Configuration without GMS
  • 1D imager, an 8MP camera optimized for 1D and 2D bar code scanning
  • Full shift best-in-class battery life
  • Dual mode (usable when wet/dry or with gloves) multi-touch, capacitive touch screen
  • Super bright 700 NIT 4.3” display for viewing in all lighting conditions
  • Bundled Service from the Start (SFS) provides peace of mind and lower total cost of ownership
  • Enterprise durability including 4’ drop & IP67 submersible sealing, and 5 ‘ drop with boot to concrete
  • Ideal for line of business applications
  • Smartphone-like pocketable form factor
  • Designed for personal or shared use 1.5 GHz dual-core processor
  • 1GB RAM / 8GB Flash

While it offers the ergonomics and sleek styling that workers want, it also offers the durability, manageability, serviceability and lifecycle management required to achieve an enterprise-worthy total cost of ownership (TCO). The 4.3”, Gorilla Glass 2, 700 NITs, outdoor readable display-works easily in wet and gloved conditions and works well with a fine tip stylus for signature capture. The Android operating system enables the creation of true line-of-business applications with the same graphic-based, highly intuitive UI (user interface) that users are accustomed to on consumer smartphones, while Extensions (Mx) by Motorola Solutions — a set of operating system “add-ons” — turns the standard consumer operating system (OS) into a real enterprise grade OS, with the security and manageability that enterprises require. In addition, advanced technologies take ease of use in the field to the next level. Industrial-class features — including a 1D imager, an 8MP camera optimized for 1D as well as 2D bar code scanning, Near Field Communications (NFC) for card and badge reading and peer-to-peer communications — all provide the advanced data capture required to maximize business process efficiency.

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