Motorola MC909X-K Rugged Handheld Mobile Computer

Designed for inside and outside work, the rugged MC909X-K offers advanced data capture options and integrated wireless, delivering true voice and data connectivity for salespeople, field repair personnel, and workers on the manufacturing, warehouse or retail floor. This versatile rugged handheld mobile computer scans 1D and 2D bar codes and images, while converging voice and multimedia running on nearly any application worldwide. This single cost-effective device offers rugged construction for harsh environments, combined with support for centralized remote management, to deliver the superior reliability and performance you need to put outstanding voice capabilities in the hands of your mobile workers.

The MC909X-K has an Intel XScale PXA270 624MHz processor that supports simple to complex multimedia applications. Enhanced memory architecture, 64MB expandable to 128MB, enables persistent storage. The operating systems Windows Mobile 5.0 Premium (non-WAN) or Windows Mobile 5.0 Phone Edition (WAN) are offered with the Motorola MC909X-K and provide an intuitive user interface. The 1D and 2D bar code scanning allow for image capture and have intuitive laser aiming for automated real-time data capture. The integrated quad band EDGE/GPRS/GSM or iDEN radio WWAN options support converged applications world-wide through a single platform. The Bluetooth v1.2 radio allows for wireless synchronization, printing, and connection to a headset. The Motorola MX909X-K has an exceptionally rugged construction that is IP64 compliant and designed to withstand 6′ drops to concrete across the operating temperature.

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