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CipherLab, a Plano, Texas-based developer of automated identification and data capture (AIDC) solutions for the retail, warehouse and distribution markets, was recognized yesterday for its retail mobile computing solution.
Networks Products Guide, a San Jose, Calif.-based trade publication covering information technologies and solutions, selected the CipherLab 8000 Series Pocket-size Mobile Computer for the 2009 Best Products and Services award in the Mobile Solutions category. This annual award recognizes products and services that address the rapidly changing needs and interests of the end users of technology worldwide, and consistently honors some of the world’s most successful high-tech companies.
“Increased end-user awareness and ongoing advances in technology are helping shape better products and services,” said Rake Narang, editor-in-chief of Network Products Guide. “The CipherLab 8000 Series brings impressive improvements in the mobile solutions market by untethering workers with its long-range communications, extended battery life and durability.”
The CipherLab 8000 Mobile Computer delivers “anywhere” mobility in a rugged, ergonomic design, offering barcode scanning and data entry via multiple wireless communication options. With a pocket-size form factor built to exceed industry drop standards, each unit offers 100 continuous hours of battery life, long-range radio communication of up to 1,148 feet, and a backlit LCD screen for low-light areas and reduced power consumption. The magazine also noted its simple interface that minimizes training requirements, and its support of a variety of software solutions.