Vehicle-mounted computer

Psion Teklogix has released a fully featured computer that comes in a compact, lightweight frame, suitable for vehicles with limited mounting options.
 
The 8515 packs a can be deployed on a forklift in many industrial environments, such as in a warehouse or a port, or as a stationary terminal on a fixed mount application such as a warehouse data collection centre.
 
With its small footprint, the 8515 provides unobstructed visibility for forklift operators without compromising durability, and features a sharp 640 by 480 full-screen VGA colour display. The bright, touch-sensitive display is readable in most lighting conditions.
 
The 8515 has optional features such as Psion Teklogix ‘Mobile Control Centre’. MCC software enables the deployment and ongoing management of mobile devices and their peripherals remotely and securely. The 8515 also provides a speaker/microphone to support push-to-talk technology that together with PTX Connect replaces a ‘Walkie-Talkie’ by using voice-over-IP technology.
 
Visit www.psionteklogix.com.
 

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