Handheld Terminals

Honeywell EDA60K

Honeywell EDA60K

The ScanPal EDA60K mobile computer, built on Android™, offers the perfect combination of features to speed data input and increase productivity.

Zebra MC3300

Zebra MC3300

Android mobile computer and 2D imager with industrial performance: with the robust MC3300 from Zebra users in retail, warehouse and transportation capture all types of 1D and 2D barcodes from a distance of up to 18 m.

Newland MT90

Newland MT90

The MT90 Orca is an Android mobile computer that packs all of the latest hardware in a modern and user-friendly design. It is a light and durable device with a 5” capacitive touch screen.

Honeywell Dolphin CT60

Honeywell Dolphin CT60

With the Dolphin CT60 you get the ideal touch mobile computer for all applications where a long life cycle is important.

Newland MT65

Newland MT65

The MT65 Beluga is a robust mobile dataterminal. The Beluga is available in different models and is abale to read 1D and 2D barcodes accurate.

Zebra MC9200

Zebra MC9200

The Zebra MC9200 belong to the high class mobile computers. The Zebra MC9200 is equipped with a fast 1GHz dual core processor, Windows or Android operating system and robust housing.

Zebra TC8000

Zebra TC8000

The Zebra TC8000 is an innovative touch computer and gives users in warehouse and logistics enormous push-in productivity, simplifies processing and sets new standards in mobile computing.

Newland Symphone N7000

Newland Symphone N7000

The Symphone N7000 contains Newland’s smallest 2D scanning engine, allowing for seamless integration in the smartphone form factor.

Xplore DT4100

Xplore DT4100

The DT4100, the enhanced version of DT4000, is powered by a Cortex A7 quad core processor, running on Android 4.4, with 8GB of flash memory, and 1GB of RAM. Designed for high performance, the DT4100 delivers a fast and seamless user experience.

IEI IEI Modat 531

IEI IEI Modat 531

The 5.3 "capacitive touchscreen handhelds MODAT 530 and 531 feature a quad-core Cortex A7 1.2GHz processor and running Android 4.2.2 OS.

Opticon H32

Opticon H32

The Opticon H32, a power-packed Windows Embedded Compact 7 device, offers a lightweight, compact design that is ideal for today’s mobile workers in field sales and service, inventory control, asset management, security and inspections and merchandisi...

Opticon H25

Opticon H25

The H25 is a rugged, lightweight and compact device that runs on Windows CE 6.0. The PDA is ideally suited for mobile workers in field service, inventory management, asset management, and safety inspections, and merchandising.

Datalogic Memor X3

Datalogic Memor X3

The Memor X3 is the most industrial PDA pocket right now and is ideal for use for inventory, store management, sales, etc. The Memor X3 is the successor to the Memor.

Newland NLS-PT80

Newland NLS-PT80

This durable industrial portable terminal PT80 adopts Linux operation system and Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 embedded add-on kits. IP54 design could be applied widely.

Newland NLS-PT30

Newland NLS-PT30

The multi-functional and IP65 rugged industrial mobile data terminal MT70, with 3.5” sunlight readable screen, adopts Microsoft Windows CE.NET 6.0 operation system, as well as high-speed CPU of Marvell XScale PXA310 806MHz, and 2GB flash memory.

IEI Modat-335

IEI Modat-335

The MODAT-335 is a semi-rugged and highly integrated terminal especially designed for the mobile field service workforce.

IEI Modat-328

IEI Modat-328

The MODAT-328 is a lightweight Stocktaking PDA integrated with advanced data capture technologies including RFID and 1D/2D barcode readers.

Datalogic Skorpio X3

Datalogic Skorpio X3

The Skorpio X3 features the latest technologies, brought together in a rugged, ergonomic body, and can be used both as a hand-held or with pistol grip.

Datalogic Falcon X3

Datalogic Falcon X3

With the Falcon™ X3 Datalogic offers a mobile terminal for real-time data capture with an industry-leading robustness and ergonomics that's simple to deploy and manage.

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