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Keeping track of logistics

Whether its using wireless LAN (local area network), Bluetooth, infra-red or RF232, the new BHT 300 range of mobile bar code hand-held terminals from Denso is ideal for quick and easy stocktaking.

Scanner reads from mobile phone display

With the QK11 scanner, Denso offers an application for todays increasingly mobile world.

Mobile hand-held scanner from Denso for bar codes and QR codes

Denso, the specialist for mobile data capture solutions, has launched two new mobile hand-held scanners for trade, logistics and industry onto the market.

HHPs Dolphins support Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 software for pocket PC and GSM/GPRS

HHP has launched the Dolphin 9551 - a new, rugged mobile computer for long distance scanning applications with support for Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 software for Pocket PCs.

Fortum Aviation Relies on Xplores Rugged Mobile Computers for Optimal Performance

When a second cant be wasted Xplores rugged mobile computers make reporting time more efficient.

BLUETOOTH ENABLED HANDHELDS

Radix continues to empower mobility solutions by promoting the value of wireless data communications.

Belgravium launches new mobile computer

Belgravium has added a new dimension to mobile computing with the release of its high-performance Milan 8500 mobile computers.

KMH Group introduces Aruba Wireless Network technology boasting 100% network security

Probably the biggest question that many network managers must consider is: whether or not it is worth compromising network security for the convenience of a wireless network?

Brainboxes tailors a Bluetooth retail solution for Microvision's Flic Bar Code Scanner

Brainboxes, specialists in Bluetooth and serial technologies, today announced it is supplying a customised Bluetooth solution to Microvision, Inc., the Washington State-based leader in high-resolution scanned beam display and imaging systems.

Bluetooth Wireless Technology Shipments Hit Two Million a Week

From the 2004 Wireless Connectivity World show in Amsterdam, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has announced that Bluetooth wireless technology has reached yet another milestone shipments of products with the technology now exceed two million units per week worldwide.

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