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Unitech announces the arrival of new dual technology RFID reader

Unitech, the third largest worldwide manufacturer of rugged PDAs, has just announced the arrival of its dual technology barcode and RFID reader - the handheld RH767 RFID reader. Weighing up to 50% less than competitor products, the RH767 offers an impressive range data collection and connectivity options that future proofs technology investment, all delivered through the familiar Windows CE operating system.

Unitech's RH767 UHF handheld terminal is a rugged dual technology multi-tag UHF RFID and barcode reader. It can read both EPC Gen 1 and Gen 2 RFID tags and comes with embedded RFID middleware and Windows CE 5.0 for easy integration. The RH767 has a battery life of up to 24 hours - long enough for 2 shifts. Connectivity options include WLAN 802.11b/g and Bluetooth. It has an IP54 rated and 1.2 metre drop tested rugged PDA construction.

Unitech's RH767 is a fully integrated, rugged handheld dual technology, multi-tag RFID and barcode reader. It's the lightest device in its class and it delivers an impressive 24 hours operation from a charge of its single power source, long enough for 2 shifts. The PDA form factor includes a 37 character alpha-numeric and function key keypad and colour LCD touch screen. The HF model weighs just 24.05oz and supports ISO 15693/ISO 1443A/B HF tags. The UHF model weighs only 26.81oz and supports both EPC Gen 1 and Gen 2. Its multiple connectivity options include WLAN 802.11b/g, Bluetooth, USB, Ethernet, Modem and GPRS via PCMCIA slot (HF model only).

With Windows CE 5.0 and embedded RFID Middleware, the RH767 links directly to key database systems including Microsoft, Oracle & IBM for fast and simple deployment. It's the Smart RFID Solution, now and for the future.

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