New Lynx PDA from Datalogic ADC targeted at both indoor and outdoor workforces

Lynx PDA combines GPS navigation system, a phone, a 3 Megapixel camera, a computer and a bar code collector with 3G/4G HSPA+ and Bluetooth connectivity

New Lynx PDA from Datalogic ADC targeted at both indoor and outdoor workforces

Datalogic ADC has announced the launch of its Lynx PDA, a compact and ergonomic device aimed at sales representatives and retail managers.

The mobile computer is designed to fits in a pocket and comes with a 2.7 inch display powered by a new technology that improves readability indoors and outdoors. The ergonomic shape of the Lynx PDA is designed to be comfortable to hold in the hand, while its IP54 particulate and water sealing rating guarantees high performance even for use in inclement weather.

The device incorporates a GPS navigation system, which also includes Skyhook’s Core Engine hybrid positioning system, a phone, a 3 Megapixel camera, a computer and a bar code collector. 

The four radios and internal antennas in the Lynx PDA guarantee quick and secure communications anywhere inside and outside the four walls. A 3G/4G HSPA+ module provides real time communication, while the Summit IEEE 802.11 b/g/n radio offers the highest level of security thanks to Cisco certified wireless communications (CCX V4). 

The Lynx PDA guarantees enhanced flexibility for any infrastructure, speeding up data transfer considerably. Finally, Bluetooth wireless technology removes the need for cables and allows reports to be distributed in no time.

The company says the data capture capabilities of the Lynx PDA are designed to set it apart from its competitors. The user can choose between a 1D laser scanner, for fast and precise reading in scan intensive applications, and a 2D bar code imager, enabling intuitive data capture of 1D or 2D bar codes.

The Lynx PDA also offers two different keyboards. The numeric keyboard maximizes key size for rapid data entry, while the QWERTY backlit keyboard is designed for applications requiring text entry. The use of these universally known layouts reduces training costs and improves efficiency.

The workforce can also count on a mobile computer that is ready to use out-of-the-box with the Lynx PDA. The battery, micro USB cable for data transfer and direct power supply with plugs for all regions come together in one box. All the equipment needed to start working with the PDA is there.

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