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RUGGEDIZED: Opticon releases two new AT&T certified Windows Mobile Professional Smartphones
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 04.08.08 - 18:52:25 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 12404x
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The Opticon Mobility Group announced today that their H16 Windows Mobile 6.0 Professional smartphone was just certified by AT&T and they are currently seeking certification of their H19 Windows Mobile 5 Professional smartphone, for a September release. The smartphones are compatible with AT&T's GSM and GPRS networks. Certified AT&T and Opticon solution partners include Telenav, Corrigo, Salesforce.com, and Sybase iAnywhere. Opticon smartphones offer superior scanning abilities with a competitive price point, making them stand out over any other product. The H19 was recently recognized by AT&T as the Best New Network Compatible Device at the CTIA Wireless Tradeshow.

The H19 is a GPS device, enabling location-based solutions for field service, route navigation and dispatch.


On the left, the Opticon H19, on the right the Opticon H16

The award winning H19 features Windows Mobile 6.0, quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE, WiFi and Bluetooth communication, an integrated GPS module and numeric keypad. With your choice of laser barcode scanner, or 2D CMOS imager, the H19 is the perfect productivity tool for any field workforce.

The H16 features Windows Mobile 5.0, quadband GSM/GPRS/EDE, WiFi and Bluetooth communication, as well as a full slide out QWERTY keyboard. With your choice of laser barcode scanner, or 2D CMOS imager, the H16 is the perfect productivity tool for text intensive field applications.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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