Belgravium Launches New Web Tablet

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Belgravium is proud to introduce its ruggedised web tablet, the Vienna 3000 Series, a portable wireless Windows CE-based appliance combining data capture and communication technology. The Vienna 3000 is designed to provide mobile professionals with a real-time wireless solution to access information from remote databases via the Internet or an Intranet. The Vienna is ideal for applications in retail, healthcare, warehousing, home networking, manufacturing process monitoring, hospitality, logistics support and on-site service. Key features of the terminal are as follows:

Wireless
For optimum mobility, the latest 802.11b based wireless technology has been built into the Vienna. It also maintains flexibility by allowing other WAN / WLAN and PCMCIA card adapters as optional items.

Fully-integrated I/O
To maximize its connectivity with peripherals like barcode scanners, printers, digital cameras, keyboard/mouse, projectors and monitors, the Vienna is fully equipped with IR, USB, PS/2 VGA interface ports and RS-485/422/232 protocol COM ports.

High Brightness Display
The high brightness 10.4" TFT LCD provides excellent visibility. It is especially ideal for displaying graphical content in web-based applications. This advanced LCD technology enables the Vienna to function without sacrificing power consumption. The battery can last for up to 8 working hours on a one-time charge.

Shock & Vibration Resistant
The Vienna is rugged and constructed for professionals working in harsh environments. It has a magnesium housing and internal shock-absorbing design that meets industrial durability standards.

Spill & Dust Resistant
The I/O ports, LCD panel and internal circuits of the Vienna have been designed to resist spills and water damage. Furthermore the unit is dust-resistant with a protected LCD, sealed ports and card slots for extra protection.



Pick By Light Brochure

Pick-by-Light is a system comprising high visibility displays and switches connected to a host computer system or stand alone personal computer. The system decides the optimum picking order and directs the operative using the displays installed at each picking location. The system can be installed on virtually any kind of racking, or retrofitted to existing systems. There are no paper lists or hand-held devices required.

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