Handheld’s latest rugged computer, the Nautiz 4, is designed for data collection in tough environments such as warehousing, logistics, transportation, utility, field service, security and public safety.
Considered one of the thinnest and lightest device among rugged handheld computers, the Nautiz 4 measures just 6.1 x 2.9 x 1.0 inches and weighs 11.6 ounces.
The device also includes a high-brightness, sunlight-readable resistive touchscreen and 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash.
The units come with a choice of either a high-performance 1D laser scanner or a 2D imager for what Handheld says is “super-fast and accurate scanning and barcoding tasks.”
The Nautiz X4 runs Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 and connectivity options include 3G and WiFi. The company says the Nautiz X4 also meets stringent MIL-STD-810G military test standards for overall durability and resistance to humidity, shock, vibration, drops, salt and extreme temperatures.
(Unlike off-the-shelf tablets, ruggedized devices come with their own lexicon and rating criteria. Download this whitepaper to help you navigate the terms and acronyms so you can make informed decisions.)