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Hand Held Products Adds GPS To Industrial-Grade Mobile Computer

The Dolphin 7900 Mobile Computer.
by Staff Writers
Skaneateles Falls NY (SPX) Nov 08, 2007
Hand Held Products announces that it has enhanced its Dolphin 7900 Mobile Computer with integrated Global Positioning System (GPS) technology, making it the only industrial-grade mobile data collection solution with fully integrated GPS capabilities available for sale today. The Dolphin 7900 is purpose-built for applications in field sales and services, courier, utilities, government and route accounting.

Its high- performance GPS architecture provides fast and accurate location-based information for navigation services, mobile asset tracking, and documentation of field service or visitation.

Multi-mode wireless connectivity - GSM/GPRS, WLAN and Bluetooth - provides real-time voice and data communication. When combined with GPS, this enables real-time tracking and management of field-based assets. Powered by Adaptus Imaging Technology 5.0, the Dolphin 7900 can read linear and 2D barcodes, plus capture digital images and signatures.

This combination of functionalities enables customers to deploy a single, complete and affordable solution, while reducing the support and management costs that result from utilizing multiple devices.

"The integration of GPS into the Dolphin 7900 enables enterprises to run new applications that can increase productivity and efficiency, while enhancing customer service," said Scott Garmon, Senior Product Manager for Mobility Systems, Hand Held Products.

"GPS opens new doors to advanced capabilities and, until now, it's only been available in solutions with inferior durability or limited functionality. With the 7900, organizations can now deploy a comprehensive and extremely reliable solution to their workers in the field."

Industrial-grade durability and environmental sealing ensures dependability, even in the most demanding real-world applications. Advanced Shift-PLUS(TM) Power Management enables the Dolphin 7900 to continue working for more than 10 hours, even in GPS and GSM/GPRS-centric uses, delivering uninterrupted data collection, communication and location-based use beyond an entire work-shift.

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