Meet Honeywell’s Rugged and Capable CN80 Mobile Computer
Many companies focus on finding the most rugged mobile computer they can afford, but durability shouldn’t be the only concern guiding your business. The belief that performance must be sacrificed to get a device that can stand up to the elements is outdated, and nothing demonstrates this better than the Dolphin CN80 mobile computer from Honeywell. This device gives you the speed and accuracy you expect in an Android-compatible handheld, with all the durability you need to protect your investment and keep your workflow uninterrupted.
This device expertly bridges the gap between keypad-based operations and the modern touchscreen-centric world. This ultra-rugged mobile computer features a generous 4.2-inch touchscreen with vivid colors as well as the choice of QWERTY or numeric keypads so users can handle all manner of tasks new and old.
The device is built on the Mobility Edge platform from Honeywell, offering users an integrated and scalable approach. It boasts a lower total cost of ownership thanks to its extended product lifecycle, which stretches across four generations of Android.
Featuring a 2.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and up to 4 GB RAM, this device offers a 13-megapixel color camera as well as scanning capabilities. Sensors include a proximity sensor, magnetometer, gyroscope, pressure sensor, ambient light sensor, and accelerometer.
Ready for Any Environment
Just how rugged is it? It can operate at anywhere from -4 degrees to 122 degrees Fahrenheit, with a cold storage unit that works just as well in places where the temperature can drop down to -22 degrees F. It can handle relative humidity of up to 95 percent, and drops of 8 feet to concrete aren’t enough to break it. It meets IP65 and IP67 standards for intrusion from moisture and particles.
Some of its accessories include vehicle cradles, wireless changing vehicle cradles, snap-on charging adapters, and carrying devices, and it comes with a one-year factory warranty.
This blog post was based off of an article from Honeywell AIDC. View the original here.