The company website says it is designed to provide seamless data and voice connectivity integrating Wireless Full Area Networking (WFAN), the name for a bundle of co-located GSM/GPRS (Tri-Band 900, 1800, 1900 MHz or 850, 1800, 1900 MHz radio with user accessible SIM card interface), 802.11b and Bluetooth radios that provide voice and data access. There are two models, one available now with built-in 802.11b and Bluetooth, and a second model available from February 2005 that will add GSM/GPRS connectivity.
Being rugged device (IP64 sealed construction) the Dolphin 7900 can operates in harsh environments, withstands rough treatment. The Dolphin 7900 will be ideal for change management, customer service, computer-aided ordering, store transfers, voice communications, portable point-of-sale, product information lookup, and dozens of other mobile applications.
The device also comes with HHP’s Adaptus Imaging Technology, so it can be used by mobile workers to read bar codes, capture signatures, take photos of damaged goods, and archive and retrieve data.
The Pocket PC measures 185 x 89 x 43 mm, and weighs 493g. It comes with a 1/4 VGA (240x320 pixels) color TFT LCD with industrial touch panel, capable of showing 64K colors. It is powered by an Intel XScale PXA255 CPU at 400MHz, with 64MB RAM and 64MB ROM.