Unitech launches PA968II, built on rich history topped with state of art features

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Unitech, producer of rugged mobile computing products, has announced enhancements to its most advanced rugged mobile computer, the PA968II. These improvements make the mobile computer ready for both today's and future high demand, voice and data communication solutions.
The PA968II now comes with upgraded memory allowing larger on-board databases and faster processing of high demand mission critical applications. Additionally the PA968II is now equipped with Windows Mobile 6.5.3 operating system offering 'finger-friendly' and improved user interface experience allowing users to operate and navigate more efficiently through their applications.
Its full VGA touch screen LCD offers the mobile worker easy viewing in any ambient light conditions, both in-and outdoors. It supports the display of high resolution images including video and maps offering ease of use to the mobile worker in applications such as route-navigation, field service and delivery.
For scan intensive applications the PA968II can be equipped with a gun grip which provides all day user comfort and offers an enhanced storage place for the stylus. A CCX4 certified WiFi radio adds up to the great functioning of the PA968II inside the four walls.
Jeffrey Huang, Managing Director at Unitech, commented: "Besides the features the first version of the PA968 came to market with such as its IP-protection level of IP65, the aluminium housing which adds a great deal of durability and its UMTS and Camera features, we are now pleased to offer valuable enhancements. The new OS, Windows Mobile 6.5.3, with improved user interface significantly reduces training time and supports the development of rich custom applications". Jeffrey continues, "The new and improved keypads, available in alpha numeric and numeric versions, offer great flexibility for the users of this high-tech device and have a direct and positive impact on uptime and productivity."

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