LXE, a provider of rugged mobile computing and data-collection solutions that improve the performance of supply-chain execution applications, has introduced new MX8 handheld data collection computer.
The new MX8, LXE’s small and light mobile computer designed for businesses seeking to increase productivity and flexibility from in-store and backroom data capture applications.
The MX8 handheld computer is a critical new piece of LXE’s comprehensive line of rugged, ergonomically good handheld devices that includes the ultra-rugged MX5, the MX3X and LXE’s handheld, the MX7.
The MX8 rugged handheld computer is LXE’s small handheld offering, measuring a mere 7.6” long (19cm) and weighing in at only 12.25 ounces (350g). The touch screen is a brilliant QVGA LCD and backlit keys ensure total visibility in less-than-optimum lighting conditions.
Scanning options include standard-range scanner, 1D and 2D imagers. The MX8 computer comes standard with an IEEE 802.11a/b/g radio and Bluetooth technology, uses powerful CPU in its class, has memory to spare and runs on Windows CE 5.0 Professional.
The MX8’s specialised plastics absorb impacts; solid state, industrialised electronics resist shock and vibration; and a fully ruggedised display and keyboard can handle the rigors of rugged light industrial operations.
The MX8 is voice-ready, complete with LXE’s ToughTalk voice recognition technology.
ToughTalk Technology is the specialised combination of LXE’s trademark ruggedised system design, advanced audio circuitry and noise-cancelling techniques, which enables the MX8 handheld computer to support today’s industrial-grade voice recognition applications.
With the MX8, customers can run voice logistics applications and traditional barcode scanning applications on the same unit.