New scanners for retailers

New scanners for retailers

Honeywell has launched a new range of retail barcode scanners, designed to enable retailers to better connect with customers and minimise checkout time.

“Mobile commerce continues to shape the retail industry across Asia Pacific and consumer shopping experience from on-line to off-line drives retailers’ transformation. Retailers are feeling more pressure than ever from consumers to deliver faster and smoother service,” said Lynn Huang Freeman, head of marketing and strategy, Honeywell Scanning & Mobility Asia Pacific.

“With these new products, our goal is to give retail professionals the ability and freedom to select the right tools to enable innovative marketing programs and effortlessly run operations.”

The four new Voyager scanners are designed with the future of retail in mind, helping to reduce checkout time amd speed up loyalty program enrolment and age verification.

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The new Voyager 1202G is Honeywell’s first of many battery-free wireless laser scanners, and provides the same aggressive linear barcode scanning performance as a wired scanner but without the long recharge time, maintenance, or environmental disposal issues associated with traditional batteries.

The Voyager 1602g pocket 2D Bluetooth scanner features area-imaging technology in a compact form factor, designed for tablet-based retail POS systems.

For retailers who anticipate the need for area imaging in the future, such as scanning coupons from customers’ smartphone screens, the Voyager 1450g tethered scanner and Voyager 1452g wireless scanner are designed for linear barcode scanning out of the box. Both scanners are available for upgrade to enable QR code and 2D barcode reading at the initial time of purchase or at any point in the future.

The new scanners are now available to be shipped to Australia and New Zealand.


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