Skorpio and Skorpio-GUN

Datalogic Mobile has announced that the Datalogic Skorpio and Skorpio-GUN product Lines have been enriched with important new features to meet even more requirements, particularly in the retail sector.
 
Datalogic Skorpio and Skorpio-GUN now have the option of a Windows Mobile 6.1 Operating System, alongside the current Windows CE 5.0 versions. Windows Mobile 6.1 ensures that the  Datalogic Skorpio and Skorpio-GUN benefit from the latest and most advanced Windows features. Mobile tools including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Internet Explorer are now available.
 
Enhanced security through provisioning and trust levels help to meet the needs of staff in the retail store by providing a device that supports all the everyday activities in the retail environment.
 
Though particularly suitable for retail environments, Datalogic Skorpio and Skorpio-GUN with Windows Mobile 6.1 are also a good choice for warehousing applications.
 
Aiming to meet another specific need of Retail-in-Store, Datalogic Skorpio and Skorpio-GUN now offer a simplified numeric keyboard with only 28 number keys. These new keyboards are designed for maximum ease of use for working with simple applications when fewer keys are required but specific functions and numeric data is the primary input. The 28 keys include four dedicated function keys, four intuitive navigation keys and a phone-like numeric layout. A standard simplified numeric overlay is also available for customers who concentrate on numeric input only.
 
The Datalogic Skorpio and Skorpio-GUN retain the ability to withstand 300 random tumbles from 1 m, combined with the capability to survive 1.5 m drops to concrete.
 
 

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