Mobility made easy with Zebra

Mobility made easy with Zebra

The MC3300 makes it easy to migrate to the next generation in mobility business platforms — Android. The same operating system that took the consumer world by storm is now fortified for business, providing a well proven mobility platform and guaranteed security support you can count on. This next generation of the highly successful MC3000 series offers everything you need to run your current terminal emulation (TE) applications right out of the box — or reformat to create intuitive screens that utilize touch to simplify the user experience.

Our unique toolbox of powerful applications — known as Zebra’s Mobility DNA — not only makes deployment and application development easier than ever, it also allows you to add new capabilities to your MC3000 mobile computers to streamline everyday processes and improve worker productivity. When it comes to features and options, this best-in-class device delivers, offering the lightest and most ergonomic design, the biggest touchscreen, the most keypad options, unmatched scanning performance and range, the fastest processor, the most memory, the fastest wireless connections and more. And the MC3300 is the most configurable device in this class with three models — gun-style, rotating turret and straight shooter with either a 0° or 45° scan angle — three keypads and three scan engines to choose from, allowing you to give different types of workers the features they need to maximize on-the-job efficiency and comfort.

 

Learn how to get next generation productivity gains with the next generation platform for warehouse mobility with the MC3300 HERE

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