LXE Announces Versatile MX7 Handheld Computer

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LXE, a division of EMS Technologies (Nasdaq, ELMG) and a leading manufacturer of rugged wireless computers that improve the performance of supply-chain execution applications, today announced the introduction of the MX7 wireless handheld computer.

The rugged MX7 has been designed to be at home anywhere in your warehouse or distribution centre. The comfortable, compact computers easy-grip handle with two-finger trigger and moulded rubber grip makes it ideal for picking applications but its not just a picking terminal. The units multi-range scanning capabilities enable barcode reads from 4 inches/10 cm to 40 feet/1.35m, so operators can perform warehouse moves ranging from receiving to full pallet put-aways with the same version of the computer. No matter what the scanning distance, the operator will always have the correct tool in hand. And if your warehouse is noisy, theres a Good Scan barcode vibrator inside the unit that can be used to verify successful scans.

In addition to being versatile, the MX7 is both smart and fast. Driven by the latest Windows CE 5.0 operating system and an Intel XScale PXA255 processor, the MX7 will perform no matter how sophisticated the application. And with the 802.11b/g radio and Bluetooth option, youre prepared for the real-time business opportunities of today and tomorrow.

If you are looking for a compact, durable terminal that can do more than just picking, says Doug Brown, Director of Product Management, youll be hard-pressed to find XremovedX better value than the MX7. Its light enough for piece picking yet tough enough to take whatever comes its way.

The MX7 also includes LXEs ToughTalkTM technology. ToughTalkTM is LXEs specialised combination of LXEs trademark ruggedised system design, advanced audio circuitry and noise canceling techniques which enable the MX7 to support todays industrial-grade voice recognition applications. With the MX7, customers can run both their voice logistics applications and their traditional barcode scanning applications on the same unit.

The units five, single-touch function keys will provide operators with quick, one click, access to specific functions within their application. With the MX7s fully mappable keyboard, users can customise any key on the MX7 to deliver custom data to their application.

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