Varlink introduces Janam’s XM70 rugged mobile computer with dual-OS support

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York-based mobile computing and data capture specialist distributor, Varlink, has announced the launch of Janam's XM70, the newest addition to the XM Series of rugged mobile computers.

The XM70 offers the same proven form factor and rugged design as the XM66, whilst doubling the processing speed, increasing power and offering dual-OS support.

The XM70 supports both Android and Microsoft Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 operating systems on the same device, enabling businesses to future proof their investment and eliminate costs associated with forced application migration and hardware upgrades.

Backward compatibility with XM66 accessories allows Janam customers to reuse existing technology whilst cost-effectively upgrading to the latest mobile computing platform.

Advanced 1D and 2D high performance scanning allows the XM70 to decode the most difficult to read barcodes with extraordinary scanning speed and outstanding motion tolerance, improving productivity in retail, hospitality, healthcare, ticketing, transportation and logistics.

Equipped with a powerful ARM Cortex-A8 processor and double data rate (DDR) memory, the XM70 delivers reliability and powerful performance for complex applications.

Featuring a 3.5" display, removable 2400mAh and 4000mAh Li-ion batteries and a weight of just 279g, the XM70 not only fits perfectly in the palm of the hand but is built for uninterrupted operation throughout the workday even in challenging environments.

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