New Opticon Mobile Terminal Increases Functionality

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Thursday, April 8, 2010

The new, highly anticipated H21 Mobile Terminal offers businesses greater mobility, reliability, and functionality, Opticon proudly announced in the company’s March 2010 press release.

High Marks
Opticon’s test run in Germany garnered the H21 with high marks from businesses and visitors. The consumer-grade unit gives businesses tremendous use adaptability from the familiar operating system to the sleek, compact portability.

Multiple Functions
The H21 Mobile Terminal gives “multi-tasking” a new depth of definition. The unit operates the user-friendly Windows Mobile 6.5 and pairs with a QualComm 528-MHz CPU for lightening-fast learning and operations.

The H21 comes standard with an integrated 3.2 megapixel digital camera with auto-focus and an LED flash unit for quality photographic storage and documentation.

Full internet options in most units and WiFi or Bluetooth connectivity give businesses constant communications and availability virtually anywhere. With USB AC and DC charger adapters enable unit charging while away from the office, enhancing work productivity.

The H21 Mobile Terminal integrates barcode scanning into its repertoire with multiple JAN/UPC/EAC capabilities, as well as several others, further empowering businesses with expanded operational parameters.

Durability
The H21 Mobile Terminal brings durability and reliability to its portfolio with a 1.5-meter (5-foot) drop test reliability and operating temperature range of –10 to 50 degrees Celsius (14 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit) and humidity ratings of an amazing 90%. Businesses have few worries about inhospitable environments with this rugged, portable unit!

User Interface Options
Multiple interface options on the H21 give users full range of entry functionalities. From a QWERTY keyboard design to navigation keys via scroll and select options, function keys, to easily identifiable push button program accessibility, the H21 Mobile Terminal fully focuses on adaptability and user convenience.

Summary
Opticon’s new H21 Mobile Terminal gifts businesses with outstanding mobility, communications, functionality, and durable reliability and far exceeds industry expectations and standards.

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