HHPs Dolphins support Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 software for pocket PC and GSM/GPRS

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HHP, a leading provider of image-based data collection systems, has launched the Dolphin 9551 - a new, rugged mobile computer for long distance scanning applications with support for Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 software for Pocket PCs. This software has also now been incorporated into the Dolphin 9500 and 9550. In addition, the Dolphin 9500 is now available with integrated GSM/GPRS.

HHPs Dolphin mobile computers with Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 software for Pocket PCs provide an easier connection to wireless networks, more efficient memory management and enhanced application performance for mobile information management.

The Dolphin 9551 has been built with the same ergonomic and rugged construction as the Dolphin 9500 series. It supports 802.11b wireless communications for maximum speed, efficiency, and usability in todays data management arena. It also offers a colour display, 64x32 memory, and 35 or 56-key keypads.

The Dolphin 9551, with integrated laser technology and pistol grip form factor, has been designed for long range scanning applications in a warehouse environment - such as cross-docking, picking and sorting, and high shelf scanning.

The Dolphin 9500 GSM/GPRS mobile computer provides real-time data and voice communications and enable mobile workers to stay connected, and to access critical information within any mobile application environment.

Roel Vreeburg, HHPs Managing Director for EMEA, comments: With the addition of Windows Mobile 2003 software for Pocket PC and GSM/GPRS, the Dolphin family is now more versatile than ever. They have been built to deliver the highest levels of performance and durability. Where required, HHP offers Windows Mobile upgrades for existing Dolphin 9500 and 9550 units with the Pocket PC 2002 platform.

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