Janam introduces the XG105 with new Motorola laser engine

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Varlink, the specialist distributor of mobile computing and data capture products, is supplying the new Janam XG105 gun-shaped rugged mobile computer. And for a limited time, to mark the introduction of the latest addition to the XG Series, Varlink is giving away a free single slot cradle with every XG105 device purchased.
The XG105 features a laser-based barcode scanning engine that reads barcodes as far as 17ft away. Janam is the first licensee to offer a rugged mobile computer with Motorola's latest SE96X Series scan engine. "We are pleased to offer Motorola's SE96X, best-in-class, miniature, high-performance scan engine in the XG Series product line," commented Harry B. Lerner, CEO of Janam. "For customers that need both close-range and distance barcode scanning as well as reliable capture of barcodes that are damaged, the XG105 offers unrivalled performance, scanning range and durability, at a list price lower than competitive products." Janam's XG Series is designed for scan-intensive, extended shift use in demanding environments, ideal for application in warehouses, distribution centres or other operating environments where gun-shaped mobile computers are deployed. 

With its battery in the handle, the XG Series line of products is incomparably light and balanced in the hand. It offers industrial-quality construction and efficiency-enhancing features such as pre-installed Wavelink Avalanche and Terminal Emulation, well-spaced keys and mobile DDR memory.
The Janam XG105 is available now at Varlink.


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