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Barcoding.co.uk announces rugged smartphone with integrated barcode scanning PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 25 September 2007

Barcoding.co.uk has announced a lightweight PDA-type smartphone with integrated barcode scanning.  Offering mobile, WiFi and Bluetooth communication, the rugged device features a 2.8 inch liquid-crystal screen and integral high performance barcode scanner, making it ideal for automatic data collection and proof-of-delivery applications.

Weighing only 250 gm, the H-19 is manufactured in Japan by Opticon and uses the Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 operating system.  Users can run the mobile versions of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook as well as barcode data capture applications supplied by Barcoding.co.uk.

Looking exactly like a standard smartphone, the ergonomic Opticon H-19 is very user-friendly and makes entering information, messages and e-mails easy.  The high-resolution 2.8-inch QVGA LCD screen maximises readability in all kinds of light and provides plenty of space for entering data into electronic forms. The device can be also used as a personal navigator, mobile messenger and job despatch device with optional software.

The Opticon H-19 adds to an extensive range of barcode scanners and handheld devices offered by Barcoding.co.uk. The Company provides end-to-end solutions for data collection and wireless communications and sees the PDAs as an ideal platform for business applications involving barcode identification and data collection.

“The Opticon H-19 is a second generation barcode scanning mobile device that eliminates the need for traditional barcode scanners in many mobile or field worker type applications. The H-19 readily and cost effectively extends barcode scanning applications to new areas, with a mobile device that offers powerful PDA features as well as providing the functionality of a top-specification mobile phone,” says Derek Stainton, Managing Director, Barcoding.co.uk.

The Opticon devices are part of an extensive range of barcode scanners, printers and handheld computers available from Barcoding.co.uk. Based in Barnard Castle, County Durham, the business was first established in 1991 and previously known as Castle Auto ID.

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