LXE introduces its new MX8 wireless handheld data-collection computer. The MX8 is LXE's smallest, lightest, and most economical handheld device to date, designed for use in a wide array of industrial and retail environments. The unit measures only 7.6 inches long and weighs less than 13 ounces with battery and several options. The bright touch-screen and backlit keys improve visibility in less-than-optimum lighting conditions. Scanning options include standard-range laser scanners and 1D and 2D imagers. The MX8 mobile computer comes standard with an IEEE 802.11b/g radio and Bluetooth technology, and runs on the Windows CE 5.0 Professional operating system. The battery on this new terminal also offers long life, tested at 10+ hours of intensive operation on a single charge.
The MX8 is a multimodal device that comes "voice-ready" out of the box, complete with LXE's ToughTalk voice recognition technology. ToughTalk technology is the specialized combination of LXE's ruggedized system design, advanced audio circuitry, and noise-canceling techniques. ToughTalk enables the MX8, as well as all of LXE's mobile devices, to support industrial-grade voice recognition applications. With the new MX8, customers can run voice logistics applications and traditional bar-code-scanning applications on the same lightweight, economical unit.
This handheld computer's rugged design features specialized plastics to absorb impacts, solidstate industrialized electronics that resist shock and vibration, and a fully ruggedized display and backlit keyboard that can handle the rigors of industrial operations.
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