The Intermec CN50 is claimed to be a major step forward in providing a rugged handheld mobile computer with ultra-high-speed processing power and 3G wireless network speeds plus delivering longer battery life.
The 3.75G wireless WAN technology is included, delivering faster data transfer speeds over the 3G network.
This connectivity supports both voice and uplink and downlink data exchange. The quad band WAN flexible network radio allows configuration for either CDMA or UMTS wireless networks.
A multi-processor with dedicated ARM and DSP processors delivers near instant response of on-device applications, all at low power consumption. The standard battery will last a full shift in most applications. Initial tests have shown that the device can operate for up to 25 hours while completing regular barcode scanning functions.
An IP54 rain and dust resistance rating is a feature of the CN50 and it has a drop specification of 1.5 m onto concrete.
Other features include the ability to convert paper documents into editable electronic files through an optional application, Intermec enhanced mobile document imaging, that allows the user to take a photo of a printed document and the CN50 will scan the document, identify the text and layout and produce an electronic version that can be edited.
Standard features also include: automated rotating display; bright 3.5″ QVGA screen; 3 MP colour camera; 1D and 2D barcode imager; Windows Mobile 6.1; 350 MB of free user memory for user applications and documents; support for voice and speech recognition applications; GPRS, Bluetooth, WWAN and USB connectivity.
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