Honeywell Launches Dolphin CT60 mobile computer

Honeywell Launches Dolphin CT60 mobile computer

Honeywell has launched the Dolphin CT60 mobile computer into Australia for enterprises that require anywhere, anytime, real-time connectivity to business-critical applications.

The Dolphin CT60 offers fast data capture capabilities in a rugged form factor built for maximum uptime and productivity out in the field or on the selling floor.

Built on the Mobility Edge platform, the Dolphin CT60 offers an integrated, repeatable, and scalable approach based on a common hardware and software platform – unleashing customers from constraints faced today around integration and inflexible technologies without sacrificing enterprise security, reliability, performance, or management features.

Juggling multiple devices across the enterprise introduces time- and cost- intensive complexities for Enterprise IT to manage and maintain. Built on a unified, dynamic hardware and software platform, the Dolphin CT60 is the first device to launch in a series of devices that enable customers to accelerate the provisioning, certification, and deployment of mobile solutions across the enterprise, simplify overall lifecycle management, and extend product lifecycle.

The Dolphin CT60 is packed with features to keep workers connected and productive all-day long. The advanced network connectivity facilitates large file transfers, video streaming, and quick remote access to business applications with enough battery power to last an entire shift.

The rugged design withstands accidental drops and falls, yet is ergonomic and lightweight for comfortable, everyday use. A vivid 4.7 in Corning® Gorilla® Glass touchscreen display is easily readable indoors and out, and can be used with finger, glove, or stylus.

Equipped with enterprise lifecycle tools, the Dolphin CT60 brings simplicity to the frequent tasks of software updates, training new employees, managing spare pools, and reducing investments in peripherals.

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