Two Technologies, Inc. introduces the JETTRFID-Mi, a rugged hand held computer featuring Microsoft Windows CE. NET

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Two Technologies, Inc., an ISO 9001 registered company and leading manufacturer of customizable rugged hand held terminal and computer products, is pleased to announce the JETTRFID-Mi to their line of customizable hand held computers. Along with its powerful Microsoft Windows CE .NET 4.2 operating system and Intel XScale Technology processor, the JETTRFID-Mi features a 13.56MHz reader/writer that supports MiFare (ISO 14443A), MiFare (ISO 14443B), and MiFare UltraLite tags.

The 13.56 MHz MiFare reader can read tag IDs as well as read/write data blocks. It also supports software encryption to allow the secure storage of information on tags. The average read range for the MiFare reader is approximately three inches.

The JETTRFID-Mi is a viable, cost-effective solution in a variety of applications that employ RFID technology. The JETTRFID-Mi reader/writer comes standard with the ability to select various antenna positions, which maximizes the ease of use in multiple orientations.

"We recognized the need for an RFID product that addressed the requirement in some applications to store secure information on tags, said Russell Maynard, Vice President of Applications Development, "With that in mind, we have added the JETTRFID-Mi to our product line."

JETTRFID-Mi customization options include case color, protective bumpers, keypad, logo tag, serial tag, and cables, making the JETTRFID-Mi a unique and seamless fit for a multitude of complex and varied applications. This level of complete product customization is unprecedented in the hand held computer market.

The JETTRFID-Mi is an ideal solution to meet the requirements of a wide range of applications where a rugged hand held computer is needed, such as: warehousing, transportation, field service, meter reading, time and attendance, emergency vehicles, machine control, and inventory control.

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