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Industrial mobile handheld computer utilizes the Windows CE 6.0 R3 operating system

Thu, 04/18/2013 - 2:58pm

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ADLINK Technology announced the IMX-9000, an industrial mobile handheld computer using the Windows CE 6.0 R3 operating system. Combining high-performance RFID, a barcode scanner and GPRS/WLAN wireless transmission functions to satisfy diverse working requirements, the IMX-9000—with superior resistance to impact, water, and dust—can be applied in a variety of industries, including fully supported logistics management, transportation, retail and factory automation.

Windows CE 6.0 R3 operating system satisfies market demand
The IMX-9000 adopts the Windows CE 6.0 R3 operating system and offers a software component-sharing interface. Thanks to development efficiency and integration reliability, Windows CE 6.0 R3 operating system can shorten the product development cycle and reduce time-to-market.

Easy data access and reliable wireless communication capability
Designed with high-efficiency barcode scan processing capacity, data saved under 1D or 2D barcodes can be easily collected and accessed. With integrated Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GSM, fast-positioning GPS and A-GPS, the IMX-9000 enhances the reliability of wireless communication.

Rugged design offers protection
Due to its rugged design, the IMX-9000 passes IP65 and 1.5m drop tests to ensure continuous operation, and provides highly reliable operation in harsh working environments.

Optimized application configuration
With a 3.5” 4-wire resistive touch panel, the IMX-9000 is readable in sunlight for outdoor use. Equipped with a 5M-pixel back camera and 0.3M-pixel front camera, the IMX-9000 supports wireless broadband for real-time video communication and surveillance. An embedded 3000mAh rechargeable Lithium battery ensures long-term operation. A charging cradle is also provided for added convenience.

http://www.adlinktech.com/industrial-mobile-computing/

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