Mobile computer designed for harsh environments

Janam Technologies' XG3 rugged mobile computer offers Wi-Fi and support for VoIP for reliable voice and data across manufacturing facilities, distribution centers, plant floors, loading docks, seaports and other harsh environments.

05/16/2015


Janam Technologies' XG3 rugged mobile computer offers Wi-Fi and support for VoIP for reliable voice and data across manufacturing facilities, distribution centers, plant floors, loading docks, seaports and other harsh environments. Courtesy: Janam TechnolJanam Technologies' XG3 rugged mobile computer is designed to operate in challenging and harsh environments. Features include a 3.5-in. color display with hardened glass, ARM Cortex-A8 CPU at 1GHz and choice of keypads to provide the performance, power efficiency and flexibility that enterprise and government customers require. It also offers 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi and support for Voice Over IP (VoIP) for reliable voice and data across manufacturing facilities, distribution centers, plant floors, loading docks, seaports and other harsh environments. Other features include Microsoft Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 operating system and 512MB/1GB with expansion capability. It is sealed to IP65 standards and features a motion sensing accelerometer.

Janam Technologies

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