Zebra Technologies Launched Future-Ready Devices for Mobile Workforce

Deepu Madhavan
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Zebra Technologies have been at the forefront of innovation in frontline technologies such as handheld computers and tablets and solutions for field operations. The company claims to be way ahead of competition in its core verticals of retail, logistics, manufacturing and climbing ranks in healthcare sector too.

Recently, the company unveiled its new Vision Study for future of field operations that dealt with companies adopting mobile solutions. Alongside, it also launched 5 new products aimed at the growing Indian market.

The new products include two handheld touch computers TC57 and TC77, two rugged tablets from the recently acquired Xploree brand XC L10 and R20 and ZQ120 Mobile printer.

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The android based touch computers are equipped with snapdragon 660 processors and amazingly fast barcode reading scanners. Always be connected with better WiFi performance and 2X2 MU-MIMO (i.e. it can have two seperate streams of data upload/download together). They are also equipped with batteries that can last upto 14 hours and can get charged upto 90% in just two hours - making them ideal for field operations.

These devices are tested to withstand multiple 8 feet falls and 2,000 3.2 ft tumbles.

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Meanwhile the Xplore rugged tablets are made for those who work in the rough. But they run on 8th generation Intel core processors and have a PCIe SSD and have the latest of bluetooth and WiFi connections with optional NFC and 4G for seamless connectivity.

The R12 additionally has IP54 certification for dust and water resistance. It also has a 12.5 inch 1000 Nit full HD screen making it ideal for rainy or sunny day operations.


And finnaly the ZQ120 Mobile printer that can acomodate multiple media widths to give you flexibility of usage - print reciepts or labels as need be. It's also certifed IP43 (IP54 with case) and can withstand drops from heights of upto 5 feet. You can carry it anywhere and charge it using any usb charger making it super portable.

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