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Honeywell unveiled its new Dolphin 9900 Mobile Computer that uses the latest data collection, communication and location-based technologies with an ergonomic and durable design, to provide intuitive use, reliability and enhanced productivity for workers in the field, the company stated. The device features integrated voice and data communication, GPS and Adaptus Imaging Technology for barcode scanning and picture taking, as well as keypad data entry and a battery that lasts more than 10 hours, according to the company. The mobile computer uses Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 with an Intel PXA 270 624 MHz processor and 256MB RAM with 1GB of flash memory, and also features Wi-Fi that supports advanced wireless security standards, the company stated. The system is backwards compatible, allowing users of the Dolphin 9500 to upgrade to the new device and continue to use existing accessories, batteries and device peripherals, the company stated.
Honeywell, Skaneateles Falls, N.Y.