Rugged Handheld Computer For Transportation And Factory Automation Introduced By ADLINK

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Original Source: Rugged Handheld Computer For Transportation And Factory Automation Introduced By ADLINK

ADLINK Technology Inc. in Taipei, Taiwan, is introducing the IMX-2000 rugged handheld computer for supported logistics management, transportation, and factory automation.

The handheld device uses the Android 2.3 operating system, and combines RFID, barcode scanner, and 3G/WLAN wireless transmission functions. The device has an 800 MHz computation capacity, resists influences, water, and dust.

The IMX-2000 data can be input by numeric keys into the Android system, and an application programming interface (API) is provided for secondary development based on specific requirements. The device has integrated Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GSM, GPS, and AGPS.

The IMX-2000 passes IP65 and 1.5-meter drop tests, and has a 3.5-inch resistor-type touch panel. The device is readable in sunlight, has a 5-megapixel back camera, and supports wireless broadband for real-time video communication and surveillance.

The memory is expandable via microSD supporting SDHC as much data storage as 32 gigabytes. Embedded with the rechargeable Lithium battery.

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