Zebra Technologies Corp., a developer of specialty printing and automatic identification solutions, has released the latest version of its RW 420 Route Palette. This terminal/printer device is designed to work specifically with Motorola's new MC9500 industrial-grade mobile handheld devices. Suitable for route accounting, direct store delivery, and field service and sales operations, the RW 420 brings efficiency and ease of use to field mobility applications.
The rugged Route Palette is designed to handle the harsh demands of mobile computing in the field. It has an IP 42 rating, making it resistant to moisture, dust, and dirt.
The device's lightweight shoulder strap and solid handle make it easy for mobile workers to carry the RW 420 with them on customer visits and then cradle it on their arm like a painter's palette as they enter data and print receipts, invoices, and inventory pick tickets, eliminating the need to search for separate mobile devices attached to their belts.
The design also allows for simultaneous charging. Both the printer and handheld computer can charge simultaneously via a single source, so there's no need to purchase separate chargers.
Company: Zebra Technologies
Company Phone: (800) 423-0442
Company URL: www.zebra.com