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Janam Gun Features Summit Wi-Fi

In January, Janam Technologies LLC announced its XG100 Series, a rugged gun-shaped mobile computer that scans barcodes and communicates wirelessly. The XG100 uses Summit Wi-Fi inside to address the challenging networking requirements of warehouses, distribution centers, loading docks, and other venues where gun-shaped mobile computers are deployed.

One of the first rugged mobile computers to run Windows Embedded CE 6.0 on Marvell's PXA320 processor, the XG100 is the only new gun-shaped, rugged mobile computer with a removable battery located inside the pistol grip. This design:

  • owers the product's center of gravity for easier handling and maneuverability
  • Enables the upper portion of the XG100 to be as slim and sleek as a rugged PDA, enabling a wider keypad area for larger keys without adding unnecessary weight or bulk

Other features include the Adaptus® imager that reads virtually all 1D and 2D barcodes, rugged construction, IP64 sealing rating, extra-bright keypad backlight, emulator keypads, superior audio performance and VOIP-ready design. The XG100, which has a list price of $1,695, is scheduled for full commercial release in most parts of the world at at the end of Q1.

Janam Technologies LLC is a provider of rugged, handheld computing devices for mobile workers. Janam combines deep industry knowledge with advanced technologies to deliver products and accessories that increase productivity, reduce costs and improve customer satisfaction. Specializing in purpose-built mobile computers that scan barcodes and communicate wirelessly, Janam offers products that are designed to run mission-critical applications in retail, healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing and logistics.