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Honeywell’S Orbit 7190g – Presentation Scanning for Demanding Applications

Posted May 24, 2017

Designed for scan critical applications, the Orbit 7190g scanner continues the proven, superior 1D laser scanning performance of Honeywell’s Orbit series scanners but adds an area imager for seamless scanning of digital 1D, 2D and PDF codes in a single, convenient device. Improve the checkout process and overall customer experience with the 7190g’s dual-modes design that is optimized for both the cashier and the customer enabling seamless product barcode scanning and scanning of digital codes off customer smartphones.

Like other Orbit scanners, the best-selling hands-free scanners of all time, the Orbit 7190g scanner is an innovative, elegant and affordable solution for convenience retail applications where counter space is at a premium. The award-winning shape enables handheld scanning of large, bulky items. For added flexibility, the scanning head can be tilted within a 30° range to accommodate objects of various sizes and shapes.

  • Breakthrough Hybrid Technology
  • Dual-working modes, optimized for both scanning digital codes off customer smartphones and scanning merchandise codes
  • Superior Scanning Performance
  • Adjustable Scan Head
  • Multi-Interface Design

Honeywell Announces Enhancements to Xenon 1900g & 1902g Scanner Series

Posted October 13, 2016

Honeywell has recently announced an important firmware update to its popular Xenon 1900g and 1902g handheld scanner families. The new firmware includes these enhancements:

  • Three new toggle modes
  • New entry-level Digimarc capable firmware in all standard Xenon 1900gs, and 1902gs
  • Two new entry level Digimarc enabled SKUs

Three New Toggle Modes

When connected directly to an iPad, smart phone, or laptop via Bluetooth HID, you can already toggle the virtual keyboard with several quick pulls of the scanner’s trigger. Now the Xenon adds these additional toggle options:

  • Scanning /imaging
  • Scanning /mobile phone
  • Full FOV /centering

The primary mode (in bold) is the default (normal mode) of operation. When the operator pulls the trigger rapidly for a configurable number of times (default is 3) the scanner will “toggle” between modes. So if the scanner is in the primary mode, it will toggle to the secondary mode, and if it is in the secondary mode, it will toggle to the primary mode. On the next trigger pull (the 4th pull if the scanner is set for the default of 3 pulls) the scanner will perform the toggled to function.

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Zebra TC70’s Durable and Intuitive Design Wins 2016 IF Design Award

Posted March 23, 2016

In their constant pursuit of functionality and durability, Zebra has announced that their TC70 rugged handheld computer has received an iF Design Award for design excellence. Zebra was among more than 2,400 applicants from 53 countries, who collectively submitted a total of 5,295 entries.

The Zebra Technologies TC70 rugged handheld computer combines the ease of use of a smartphone with the purpose-built durability, reliability and performance that businesses demand. Designed to boost efficiency and customer service in the retail, wholesale and manufacturing industries, the TC70 offers a unique set of features designed to strengthen productivity including a large touch screen that can be operated with fingertips, stylus and gloves in all environments.

Key features

  • Android KitKat OS fortified for the enterprise
  • Maximum data entry flexibility with an industry leading dual mode touch panel
  • World-class data capture – capture 1D and 2D barcodes
  • Comprehensive audio functionality for a new level of voice flexibility
  • Rugged and ready for all-day every day enterprise use

Top Ten Reasons Retailers Upgrade to Area-Imagers

Posted January 27, 2016

Traditional laser scanners read linear barcodes at the point-of-sale, a technology that greatly simplified checkout. But today’s highly developed area-imaging scanners enable greater capability and flexibility, putting far more productivity into the hands of retail employees and allowing for revenue-generating mobile marketing initiatives.

With these advantages, it’s no wonder VDC’s 2013 Report forecasts area-imaging scanners sales to grow at a rate of 13.4% for the next three years, compared to the expected 7.3% decline for laser-based scanners over the time period. Imaging technology is firmly established as a cost-effective, durable, technologically capable alternative to laser-based systems. Plus, imagers are capable of supporting retailer’s mobile marketing programs, capturing mobile coupons right off customers’ smartphone screens or automatically collecting their information from ID cards for loyalty program auto-enrollment.

Enable Revenue Generating Mobile Marketing Programs
The Internet and mobile broadband service have created new shopping channels for consumers, and new competition for brick and mortar retailers. At the same, a slow growth economy is limiting expansion of disposable income. Innovative retailers are fighting fire with fire, improving their e-commerce presence and adopting the consumer’s mobile phone as a new marketing medium. Promotions sent via SMS text message or via loyalty apps increase shopping visits, generating both immediate incremental revenue and improving long-term share of wallet. The most commonly used technology to electronically identify loyal shoppers and redeem mobile coupons are 2D barcodes rendered on mobile phone screens. And that requires a high performance, area-imaging barcode scanner at the point-of-sale.
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Honeywell Captuvo SL42 for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

Posted August 14, 2015

For enterprises looking to extend the capabilities of Apple’s latest consumer-preferred devices, Honeywell has announced the availability of the Captuvo SL42 for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Designed to transform the popular smartphone into an enterprise-ready solution, the Captuvo SL42 targets mobile frontline workers who require real-time connectivity to business-critical applications and superior barcode scanning performance to improve productivity and better serve customers whether in the office, on the road, or in the field.

The Captuvo SL42 was built to withstand the demands of work in the field with rugged specifications that extend the lifecycle of the smartphone and eliminate the more frequent replacements required for consumer devices alone. Plus, Captuvo SL42 extends the battery life of the smartphone with the capacity to last a full shift and beyond. The ability to quickly replace the battery ensures mobile users do not lose valuable time servicing customers when a device is out of service for charging.

Honeywell’s Captuvo SL42 series is the right solution to help enterprises reduce device acquisition costs, empower employees, increase productivity, reduce downtime and improve the customer experience.


CipherLab’s Touch-Centric RS30 Smartphone

Posted June 30, 2015

CipherLab’s new RS30 series touch mobile computer is a rugged smart device of which the touch-centric user interface is just like any other smartphone. Additionally, the ruggedness of the RS30 series safely protects its powerful features from harsh environments. Moreover, the RS30 series is capable of operating over a shift without worrying about insufficient battery life. Simply put, the RS30 is a full function touch mobile computer which is designed with the enterprise’ needs in mind.


White Paper: Mobile Device Convergence in Healthcare

Posted April 10, 2015

Honeywell Captuvo SL22 for Apple iPod Touch 5g Handheld ComputersSmartphones have transformed the way healthcare providers communicate, and these mobile devices are poised to revolutionize the way hospitals deliver care in 2014 and beyond.

Texting long ago surpassed voice calls as the favored method of communication among the general population, and it is rapidly gaining favor in hospitals. Doctors and nurses already exchange patient related texts on their own personal phones at many facilities, and as more hospitals issue mobile devices to employees, the ability to communicate quickly and access and update patient data on the move has become a critical function.

Deploying mobile, flexible, and reliable IT tools to caregivers is a top priority for provider organizations that not only need to meet new regulatory and technology requirements, but want to do so efficiently. At Cedars-Sinai Hospital in California, for example, the combination of smartphones and a new software solution to help prioritize alarms resulted in faster response times for emergency conditions, and a 50 percent reduction in overhead pages. Laboratory values are received 10 minutes faster and nurses are able to spend more time at the bedsides of patients who require their attention, according to a case study published by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

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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

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