Mobile touch computer

by Inside Logistics Online Staff

WOODBURY, New York – Janam Technologies LLC has introduced a rugged touch computer with a 5-inch display and Google’s “Android Enterprise Recommended” (AER) certification.

As part of the AER program, Janam’s XT200 runs Android 8 (Oreo), can be upgraded to Android 9 (Pie) and supports five years of software security patches.

The XT200 is built for retail, direct store delivery and field service environments, from inventory tracking to point of sale to proof of delivery.

The XT200 combines a rugged smartphone-like design with the latest technological advancements – delivering a light and ergonomic solution.

As part of Google’s AER program, the XT200 meets enterprise requirements, receives 90-day security patches for five years and is guaranteed to stay up-to-date for businesses in need of a longer product lifecycle.

The XT200 includes Wi-Fi Fast Roaming connectivity, 4G LTE for lightning-fast voice and data, and support for instant Push-to-Talk (PTT).

With high-performing 2D imaging technology, the XT200 delivers best-in-class read range, accuracy and motion tolerance for barcode scanning on even the most poorly printed barcodes. Integrated RFID and NFC reading capabilities, along with 13MP/5MP rear- and front-facing cameras, address a wide spectrum of data capture needs.

The XT200 is built to survive multiple drops to concrete across a wide temperature range per MIL-STD 810G and is sealed to IP67 standards for protection against water, dust and more.

With a 2900mAh standard battery and optional 5800mAh extended battery, as well as a low-power octa-core processor, the XT200 provides extended-shift battery life.

A  two-year warranty is standard. Comprehensive service plans are available.