Powerful Data Terminal Driven By 32-Bit RISC µP

Nov. 1, 1998

Designed to withstand harsh industrial and outdoor mobile data collection and man-machine interface applications, the MP 1200 handheld data terminal is driven by a 32-bit RISC processor to achieve high point-of-use processing speed and power. The ruggedized, powerful data terminal also boasts of an extended-life NiMH battery pack offering 30 hours of operation, a large, high-resolution 25-line display, and flash and battery-backed SRAM. Other features include a customizable keyboard plus cursor-control button and screen-related soft keys, two PC card slots for additional memory or spread spectrum RF or GPS communications, and three serial ports, as well as IrDA capability.

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