LXE has launched the Tecton rugged handheld computer, which was designed for supply chain applications in the warehouse. The IP-65 rated Tecton handheld computer accelerates real-time data capture with a PXA 320 806 MHz processor running Windows Mobile 6.5 or Windows CE 6.0.
Lightweight and well-balanced in the user's hand, the Tecton handheld is designed to enhance performance across a wide array of supply chain tasks. The unit's multi-range scanning capabilities enable bar code reads from four inches to 40 feet, so operators can perform warehouse moves ranging from receiving to full pallet put-aways with the same version of the computer. The handheld is suitable for scan-intensive picking as the Tecton computer has an easy-grip removable handle with two-finger trigger. Additionally every Tecton computer comes with LXE's ToughTalk technology for voice-driven processes.
The device also features a scan vibration signal that can be used to verify successful scans in loud warehouses and multiple built-in data-entry options. Keypads protect against airborne and spilled chemical agents, and electrical components are secured to circuit boards to better withstand drops and shocks. An available cold-storage configuration includes programmable touchscreen and scan window defrosters, and a cold-tolerant backup power source that holds a charge longer in environments as low as -30°C.
Company URL: www.lxe.com