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Psion Teklogix Launches Workabout PRO S
Posted on 11-Jan-2005 08:12 | Tags Filed under: News


Psion Teklogix Launches Workabout PRO S
Psion Teklogix has announced the Workabout PRO S, a Microsoft Windows CE .NET based handheld computer. The main difference between this and previous models is a smaller, lightweight form factor.

With a colour touch-screen and scanner options, the Workabout PRO S is suited for signature-capture and barcode scanning in direct-to-store delivery, transportation and logistics, retail, field service and other mobile applications.

The Workabout PRO S is built on an Intel XScale processor platform. It will offer a range of simultaneously supported radio options including WWAN (GSM/GPRS, CDMA), WPAN (Bluetooth) and WLAN (802.11b). With an IP54 rating and ability to withstand multiple drops from four feet to concrete, the rugged design of the WORKABOUT PRO S delivers reliable performance in harsh environments.

The new handheld will be available February 2005 in North America, Europe and Asia.






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