Socket Communicationswill showcase a range of products and data collection solutions with Bluetooth during the CeBIT 2004, happening 18-24 March in Hanover, Germany. Socket’s Embedded Systems Group will also be showcasing products from a wide variety of manufacturers that are benefiting from Socket embedded technology such as Socket’s KwikBlue modules and mobilityIC interface ASICs. Socket customer products on display will include PDAs and other Bluetooth enabled devices from GoTive, Hand Held Products, Luidia, Metrologic, O’Neil Product Development, Topcon, Tripod and other manufacturers.
“Our growing family of cordless products enable mobile professionals to add new and exciting possibilities for customers to enhance their handheld devices using Bluetooth wireless technology.” says Martin Croome, European General Manager of Socket Communications.
The company will also show new products, including:
Socket Cordless 56K Modem with Bluetooth: This is the first battery-powered 56K modem which connects to mobile devices using Bluetooth wireless technology. It has a range of up to 100 metres, a rechargeable removable Lithium-ion battery and works with almost any Bluetooth enabled mobile computer that supports DUN (Dial-Up Networking) such as Pocket PCs, Windows powered notebooks and Palm PDAs.
Socket Cordless Hand Scanner: Introduced at CeBIT 2004, this unique device combines the a laser barcode scanning and Bluetooth in a compact device. It connects to a Bluetooth enabled Pocket PC, Palm PDA, Pocket PC, Notebook, XP Tablet, desktop computer or Symbian OS devices.
Socket Cordless Serial Adapter with Bluetooth: This adapter eliminates conventional RS-232 serial cables.