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HANDGEAR Handheld Computers

Two Technologies, Inc.

November 3, 2010 - Products

HORSHAM, PA - Two Technologies, Inc., a manufacturer of rugged handheld computers and terminals used in global applications, introduces the HANDGEAR line of handheld computers. HANDGEAR (HG) is available in four models, which encompass a wide range of standard and optional features.

IP67 rated for protection against dust and water, HG is ideal for outdoor use in demanding environments.  The HG product line features a Windows CE 6.0 Release 3 OS with Silverlight; integrated 5MP true-camera-system capable of capturing photos and 1D and 2D barcodes; Xenon Flash; three-track magnetic card reader; biometric FIPS 201-compatible area fingerprint scanner; 13.56 MHz RFID Interrogator; integrated precision GPS; WAN and WLAN; Bluetooth; distress safety system with breakaway neck/shoulder strap; rugged integrated 3-inch printer; and more than 40 hours of battery life-all in a rugged GE Xenoy case with drop and shock protection. The HG Expansion pack allows for the addition of standard and custom hardware such as temperature probes, meters, proprietary radios, and more. 

Ideally suited for public safety, field service, parking and military/DOD applications, HG allows users to reliably capture images, scan barcodes, instantly collect payments, capture a thumbprint, and print a receipt or citation with one device designed for use with gloved hands.

HG features unprecedented user safety features with 3D Accelerometer for detection of unit movement, shock and orientation and distress key for location-based, automatic distress signaling as well as Magnetic Compass for the detection of travel direction and absolute unit orientation.

With its rugged design, and wide array of available features, the HG line is well suited for a range of outdoor applications in vertical markets where durability, as well as flexible operations are mandatory. For more information on HANDGEAR visit the company web site at http://www.2t.com

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