Vocollect, a company that provides voice-directed systems for distribution, has unveiled the newest addition to its family of wearable computers: the Talkman T5. Said to be the smallest industrial-grade wearable computer ever built, the pocket-sized T5 offers advanced functionality and ergonomics to deliver consistent and dependable performance in demanding industrial environments.
The Talkman T5 offers a number of advantages. It integrates the 416MHz Intel PXA270 XScale processor with Microsoft's Windows CE operating system. An embedded 802.11b certified radio allows users to connect with Bluetooth RF devices, such as belt-worn printers, diagnostic equipment and bar-code readers. A new log-on feature automatically downloads voice-directed distribution tasks once a user connects his headset and speaks a password. This enables team members to begin working in seconds. The system uses Wireless Intel SpeedStep Technology to manage power and enable full-shift usage.
T5's high-performance smart battery also provides information, such as hours used and the total number of charge cycles from Vocollect's VoiceConsole deployment management software. In addition, the pocket-sized T5 is 33-percent smaller and 45-percent lighter than its predecessor, the Talkman T2x.
Company URL: www.vocollect.com