Get Function and Rugged Reliability with Honeywell’s ScanPal EDA70 Enterprise Tablet
The ScanPal EDA70 from Honeywell is an enterprise-class tablet computer with a seven-inch screen that offers users all the latest functions in a durable package. Running on Android 7 (Nougat) with GMS, it operates smoothly even in the midst of intense multi-tasking. It is particularly valuable in scan-intensive workflows like on-demand delivery and customer engagement. In field service, it can serve as a mobile office for users by giving them reliable access to information and communications.
It’s equipped with a speedy 1.2 GHz Qualcomm MSM8916 quad-core processor and offers 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of Flash. The device offers 1D and 2D barcode scanning with an integrated imager to increase productivity.
Its seven-inch Corning Gorilla touchscreen display is highly durable and optically bonded, allowing users to view it easily whether they happen to be inside or outside. Wet hands can operate the capacitive touchscreen without issue. It also boasts a built-in 5.0-megapixel color autofocus camera, an accelerometer, a proximity sensor and an ambient light sensor.
Network connectivity is accomplished easily as the device has been designed to support even the most advanced connections. It can handle video streaming, remote access to business apps, and large file transfers with ease thanks to 802.11a/b/g/n as well as 4G LKTE support.
Ready for the Elements
All of these functions are protected by a rugged form factor that can handle four-foot drops to concrete and a tumble rating that exceeds 200 times at 1.64 feet. It also boasts an IP64 seal rating against water spray and dust. Weighing in at just 1.21 pounds with the battery pack and measuring 8.4 inches by 4.6 inches by 0.83 inches, it is the perfect size for use on the go.
Some of the accessories available for this device include vehicle cradles and desktop charging docking systems, and it comes with hand and shoulder straps so users can hold and operate it comfortably for long periods.
This blog post was based off of an article from Honeywell AIDC. View the original here.