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Casio developing grip-type handheld terminals with improved operability

ANI  |  Tokyo [Japan] 

Computer Co. Ltd. today released the series of handheld terminals with OS Ver. 8.1, which offer improved ease of use due to the design enhancements that make it handier for operators to hold the devices and input information.

The rounded form of the models makes for an easier grip and stress-free, comfortable operations. With trigger keys on the center-front, side and back, 1D and 2D codes can be scanned to suit various operational needs. The new models also feature a newly adopted 3.2-inch high-definition LCD for improved screen visibility.

In addition to the high durability such as the ability to withstand a drop from 3.0 meters, as well as IP67 dust and waterproof compliance, the new provides a high level of basic operating performance such as a continuous operation time of 30 hours for full-day operation. Also, the DT-X400-C21/WC21 are equipped with a camera and NFC.

The DT-X400-WC21 can also connect to wireless WAN, allowing operators in the and other industries to transmit data in real time even outdoors. This model also supports voice communication.

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In addition, the software to support installation and operation has also been enhanced. This includes tools to make settings easy to perform on multiple terminals and to run necessary only.

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First Published: Wed, August 29 2018. 19:35 IST