Belgravium launches new mobile computer

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Belgravium has added a new dimension to mobile computing with the release of its high-performance Milan 8500 mobile computers. They are ideal for all mobile in-premise and in-transit data collection applications that require durability, ergonomics, sophisticated architecture, wireless communications and low cost-of-ownership.

The ultra-slim new Milan incorporates a computer, digital camera, and an industry-leading triple-radio with integrated wireless WAN, LAN and PAN. It provides mobile workers with seamless connectivity and advanced features such as the state-of-the art Intel X-Scale processor; the Microsoft Pocket PC operating platform; lithium-ion battery technology with extended life performance; and a colour display.

The new units have a lightweight, ergonomic and rugged design that ensures ease of use and years of reliable performance, even in robust mobile applications. The Milan 8500 is ideal for decoding bar codes, capturing signatures, taking photos, communicating with vendors and dispatchers, and much more. The 8500 features a comfortable integrated pistol grip design, and delivers fast and intuitive bar code reading performance to excel in scan-intensive data collection environments.

The new models boast the best specification in their class for performance, versatility, and durability. They are ideal for use in field service, package delivery, route accounting, warehousing, retail, industrial, and manufacturing applications and in virtually any mobile environment.

The Milan has integral 802.11b and GSM/GPRS wireless radios to provide wireless communication anywhere and at any time. Its open software architecture provides a flexible and scalable platform for easy integration into any mobile data collection application.

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