Varlink introduces Datalogic Skorpio X3, a new line of compact mobile computers for the retail environment

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Varlink, the York-based mobile computing and data capture hardware distributor, has introduce the Datalogic Skorpio X3. With a large (3.2in) high-visibility colour graphic display with touch screen, the Skorpio X3 is claimed to resist multiple drops from 1.5m, and comes in a compact size. The Skorpio X3 scans 1D and 2D barcodes. Whether in department or specialty stores, supermarkets, convenience stores, grocery or Do-it-Yourself stores, Datalogic's Skorpio X3 mobile computer fits most any retail in-store requirement for mobile data collection or validation. With the optional pistol grip, it is equipped for demanding back-end receiving and warehousing environments as well.

Datalogic offer an outstanding range of mobile handheld terminals and barcode scanners, enabling real time execution of tasks from picking to put away, price verification to price adjustments and inventory management. Their device are ideally suited to almost any retail environment including convenience stores, petrol stations, department stores, grocery stores, supermarkets, speciality retail outlets and kiosks. We are offering our reseller channel the chance to enter a FREE prize draw to win 1 of 5 Ferrari Driving experience Days when you find out more about the Datalogic range. To enter the prize draw, simply request a meeting with our Datalogic Account Manager who will visit you to introduce/refresh you on the Datalogic Family.
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