ViewSonic Launches Rugged Windows Mobile Devices

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ViewSonic Corp. has introduced a collection of rugged handheld computers specifically built to meet mobile computing demands across a variety of industries, including retail, public safety, health-care, and the military.

Built on Microsoft’s Pocket PC 2003 operating system and Intel XScale processors, the V38r-06, V38r-07, and V38r-07a offer features like Bluetooth and GPS tracking.

In addition, they meet the IP54 design standards for sealing against dust, moisture and extreme environmental conditions, while offering secure data exchange with 802.11b/g wireless communications and Cisco infrastructure compatibility.

More About These Models

The ViewSonic V38r models feature a 3.5-inch , 240-by-320 touchscreen and a 520 MHz processor, along with a hot-swappable, rechargeable Li-Ion battery.

ViewSonic V38r-07
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A jog-dial and four launch buttons allow users to navigate through files and applications, and a built-in SD slot provides additional memory for storage and back-up operations.

The V38r-06 combines data communications and bar code scanning capabilities in one package by integrating 802.11b/g , Bluetooth, and bar code scanner. Its price is $1,600.

The V38r-07/-07a are the premier models in the V38r Series. These two models are essentially identical, except for the fact that the V38r-07a is Trade Agreement Act (TAA) compliant to support government sales.

Both these two models offer 802.11b/g wireless, Bluetooth, bar code scanner, 1.3 megapixel camera, fingerprint sensor, and GPS support. The suggested retail price of the V38r-07 and V38r-07a is $1,899 and $1,999 respectively.

For more information on these Pocket PCs, or to locate an authorized dealer, visit ViewSonic’s web site.

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