Opticon launches the keenly anticipated H-22

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Varlink, the York-based mobile computing and data capture specialist distributor, has introduced the latest edition to the Opticon H-series, following what Varlink describes as the huge success of the H-19 and the H-21 mobile devices. 

Much like its predecessor the H-22 is powered by Windows Mobile 6.5 and features a 3.2 megapixel colour camera with autofocus, flash and a choice of a QWERTY or numeric keyboard.

The H-22 boasts a large 3.7" touch screen display, a choice of either laser or 2D imager and an additional RFID option. As a compact rugged PDA the H-22 has a rating of IP65 paired alongside a drop spec of 1.5 metres, to provide users with a resilience needed in a field based environment. In addition to this the pistol grip option allows the H-22 to be integrated into warehouse based environments.

In applications such as logistics, field service and mobile retail, where connectivity and communication are of the up most importance, the H-22 has the capability to communicate through a variation integrated features including assisted GPS, GSM/GPRS/EDGE, 3G and 3.5G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and IrDA all as standard. 

Richard Adlington, General Manager of Opticon UK commented, "We know that this addition to the H-series offers more functionality and a larger GUI than similar-sized any other PDA style device. We have tried to incorporate everything that our customers have told us that they will  need (and more) into a compact rugged companion, both to give developers the versatility to easily integrate the H-22 into any application and field workers the best possible solution with which to share information with head office"

The H-22 will be available from Varlink in March 2012, to find out more or to find out your individual reseller price please contact us today on 01904 717180.

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