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Intermec Introduces Mobile Computer with Two OS Options

October 1, 2013 - Products

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Intermec

Intermec, now part of Honeywell Scanning & Mobility, announced the CN51 rugged mobile computer – the company’s latest product to offer the choice of Android or Windows operating systems on a single device.

Designed for flexible application support, this next-generation mobile computing solution offers unparalleled versatility and is primed for use in direct store delivery, transportation and logistics and field service operations.

The CN51’s large, multi-touch, outdoor-readable screen provides room for application viewing with less scrolling for greater productivity, as well
as more space for capturing signatures. It’s also equipped with smart battery
technology, delivering industry-leading battery life that lasts through a full 12-hour shift and beyond without interruption to replace or recharge.

For added flexibility, the CN51 is equipped with a voice-capable Flexible Network Radio, allowing the same device to operate on either a CDMA or UMTS wireless network in North America.

With the ability to switch networks on-the-fly, enterprises with large, geographicallydispersed workforces can rely on the CN51 to meet changing coverage needs and ensure anytime, anywhere access to business-critical information.

The new CN51 is available with Intermec’s EA30 or EA31 high performance imagers for optimal reading of 1D and 2D barcodes in various conditions, including low light scanning environments.

The 5-megapixel color camera combined with Intermec’s cutting-edge image processing technologies also delivers advanced capabilities. Mobile Document Imaging and Remote Deposit Capture provide a fast way to convert full-size paper documents or check payments into electronic files while on the road, transmitting directly from the point of capture to the back-office workflow.

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