Janam Releases its Latest Industrial-Grade XG3 Mobile Computer
The Janam XG3 has a pistol-grip mount and allows users to read barcodes, communicate wirelessly and do a wide variety of job tasks while carrying a computer on the move.Janam Technologies has announced its latest rugged mobile computer, the pistol-grip mounted XG3, which offers workers in a wide variety of industries a powerful machine that can be used in almost any environment. The machine lists for $1,995 and is available immediately. The XG3 is smaller and lighter than typical handheld computers and is the lightest industrial-grade device in its class, weighing about 22 ounces, according to the company. The machine includes a 3.5-inch VGA TFT display with hardened glass, a 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor, 512MB of RAM that can be expanded to up to 1GB, 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth capabilities and a long-lasting 5200mAh hot-swappable Li-ion battery. The XG3 also includes a motion-sensing accelerometer and runs on the Microsoft Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 operating system. XG3 buyers can also choose from a variety of keypad designs to meet their exact needs, according to Janam. The XG3 is built to take day-to-day physical punishment in industrial and commercial workplaces, with the ability to survive multiple 6-foot drops on concrete, while operating across a wide temperature range, from minus 4 degrees F to 140 degrees F. The computer is also sealed to IP65 standards to protect it from dust, dirt, water, chemicals and other contaminants. "The XG3 is built with the user in mind," Harry B. Lerner, the CEO of Janam, said in a statement. "Incomparably light and ergonomically designed to fit comfortably in the hand, this is the ideal device for scan-intensive, extended shift use in the harshest environments. Unlike our competitors, Janam doesn't force customers to choose between price and performance. The XG3 meets the most demanding requirements at an incredibly competitive price point."
Also included in the new XG3 is the latest in high-performance barcode scanning technology, which allows users to efficiently complete their work in inventorying and tracking products, materials and anything else related to their businesses. Buyers have a choice between Honeywell's Adaptus imaging technology or Motorola's SE965 extended-range 1D laser scan engine in the units they purchase, according to Janam.