Intermec launches 70 Series

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Updated Jan 21, 2011

Intermec announced the launch of the 70 Series, its next generation portfolio of ultra-rugged mobile computers, that comprises four products over one platform.

The Intermec 70 Series comprises four distinct products sharing a common platform and capabilities – CN70 (field service, transportation and logistics), CN70e (direct store delivery/route accounting), CK70 (parcel delivery in courier, express and postal operations) and CK71 (manufacturing and warehousing).

Intermec says the 70 Series features Windows Embedded Handheld and these additional benefits:

• Advanced 1D/2D scan engines, including the new, 3rd generation EX25 increases the distance and velocity of data capture
• 802.11n dual-band WLAN – to enable better connectivity and communication for mobile workers
• Six-foot drop spec across all temperatures, IP67 sealing, Gorilla glass touch panel, and indestructible keypad technology
• INcontrol managed services platform – delivering business intelligence from the point of work, along with remote monitoring and diagnostics

“It’s very important for Pepperidge Farm’s independent distributors to have access to the best tools that will help them provide the best possible service to our customers and ensure our products are always available for the consumer,” said Jason Russell, Pepperidge Farm Senior Manager of Mobile Computing. “A rugged, reliable mobile device that performs well and has a full range of capabilities is imperative in that effort. In addition to handheld computers, Pepperidge Farm uses rugged mobile devices in its depot operations. Having one device that will work for both depots and distributors is more efficient and synergistic. The CN70 provides performance, reliability and capabilities to help our distributors to win in the marketplace every day.”