Motorola Inc. has introduced the MC55, the smallest and lightest member of Motorola's family of Enterprise Digital Assistants (EDA). Featuring a 3.5inch display, the MC55 is designed for use by mobile workers inside and outside an organization's four walls. It leverages Motorola's mobile computing platform architecture and combines the power of a cell phone, twoway radio, barcode scanner, digital camera, and mobile computer in a compact and lightweight design. The new MC55 EDA helps organizations improve productivity, customer response times, and customer service levels.
The MC55 midrange EDA supports the GSM/GPRS/EDGE standard for wireless widearea networks. Features like an integrated GPS enable the new MC55 EDA to support a host of realtime location-based applications, including providing directions for drivers and realtime fleet location, geofencing, and breadcrumbing for dispatchers.
The MC55 EDA is available in two models and multiple configurations. The company also offers an array of accessories for the unit.
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