Mobile computer manufacturer Janam Technologies LLC introduced the XM70, the latest addition to its line of mobile computers, expanding on the company’s XM66 with added power.
The new XM70 works with both Android and Microsoft Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 operating systems on the same device, and works with XM66 accessories, so customers do not have to upgrade accessories if they already own the XM66. The mobile computers offer 1D and 2D barcode scanning.
“Hundreds of thousands of mobile workers are currently using Janam’s XM66 mobile computer to increase productivity and improve overall business operations. No other device in its class offers the same level of proven reliability,” said Harry B. Lerner, chief executive officer of Janam. “The new XM70 leverages the flagship features of the XM66 while doubling the processing speed and power to provide an even more robust mobility solution.”
The XM70’s features, according to the company, are as follows:
» Under 10 ounces
» Same hardware runs Android and Microsoft Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5
» 3.5 in. color display optimized for both indoor and outdoor use
» High-performance 1D and 2D barcode scanning
» Multiple 4 ft. drops to concrete across operating temperature range
» Sealed to IP54 standards against dust and water
» 1GB/4GB of built-in memory with expansion capability
» User-accessible microSD card slot
» Summit IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi
» Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity
» Numeric or PDA keypad
» Full system of accessories
For more information, visit the company’s website.