Nordic ID launches the Morphic into the UK Go Wi-Fi with RF600 applications

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Nordic ID UK distributor, Worldwide Solutions, is pre-launching the new Nordic ID Morphic into the UK Market. 

Nordic ID is one of the leading manufacturers of wireless terminals and handheld instruments in Europe. As a leading player in RFID technology, Nordic ID is dedicated to continuous product development designed to meet the specialised needs of retail, industry and logistics.

Nordic ID Morphic is a fast, wireless data collection terminal of a new kind that also offers voice communication. The device has a user friendly operating logic and its compact size makes it easy to use with one hand. 

Features 

  • Easily and quickly transfer RF60x applications to the Morphic!
  • Go from RF601 433Mhz to Wi-Fi easily and cost effectively  

Nordic ID Morphic is said to make data collecting easier than ever and removes the need for users to carry several devices at the same time. It is more compact but yet more powerful than its predecessors.

Shaped to fit

Nordic ID Morphic is first and foremost a working tool. That is why Nordic ID have designed it to be small enough to fit comfortably in the hand. It is expected to win favour with users across a range of industries and is claimed to prove rugged enough to withstand working conditions whatever the application environment. Shaped like a mobile phone, it is easy to use with one hand and its operating logic is very straightforward.

The future works

Whether clients still use barcodes but are possibly considering other alternatives, this products backwards compatibility means a neat fit with existing systems and an upgrade to, for example, RFID with little further investment. Its also tough enough to withstand working conditions in all sorts of application environments.

Nordic ID Morphic can be used with existing Nordic ID wireless data collection systems.

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