New to AM Labels (AML) online store is the Honeywell Dolphin 60s Scanphone!
Functions and Service
When built, the 60s was specifically designed to facilitate any business-critical data with quick, reliable and secure access by use of Real-Time Wireless Communication. This additionally allows the use of location-based services, wherever the business is conducted. By bridging the gap between consumer-grade devices and industrial-grade mobile computers, the new Honeywell Scanphone supplies workers with said tools and information needed to make critical decisions at the point of customer service.
Small but durable
Despite its pocket-size lightweight design, the Dolphin 60s’ durable construction minimizes device repair and replacement costs. The Honeywell Scanphone has also been tested from heights of up to 4ft onto solid concrete whilst showing high resistance to small tumbles of up to 0.5m. Even after exposure to dust, dirt and splashing water, this ruggedized device reduces monthly failure rates resulting in less downtime, less spare units and most importantly, more productivity.
Low costs all round
The Dolphin 60s has an extended lifecycle that significantly reduces the configuration and implementation costs associated with the shorter lifecycle of consumer devices. Also, as the device is compatible with Remote Mastermind, the Honeywell provides enterprise-class application support that lowers device deployment as well as management costs. Upon purchase, the Scanphone also provides a Service Made Simple service plan that offers a unique comprehensive protection on the device investment for up to three years after said purchase.
- Fully integrated 1D/2D scan engine for multi-symbology data capture.
- 5MP camera.
- 2.8 inch display.
- Microsoft® Windows® Embedded Handheld 6.5 Operating System.
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