Janam Rugged Handheld Computer Lets Users Run Windows or Android

1 - Janam Rugged Handheld Computer Lets Users Run Windows or Android
2 - Choices of Keyboards and Operating Systems
3 - Proven, Powerful Components Inside
4 - Long Battery Life, Ruggedized for Protection
5 - Bluetooth, 5MP Auto-Focus Camera, Micro SD Card Support
6 - Plenty of Connectivity Options
7 - Locking Headset for Active Field Workers
8 - Withstands Tough Environmental Conditions
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Janam Rugged Handheld Computer Lets Users Run Windows or Android

by Todd R. Weiss

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Choices of Keyboards and Operating Systems

Janam's XM5 is the company's first rugged mobile handheld computer that allows enterprises to use Windows to start but then switch the device over to Android if infrastructure needs change. Users can also choose between a QWERTY or numeric keyboard for their work needs.

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Proven, Powerful Components Inside

The XM5 is equipped with an AM3715 ARM Cortex-A8 1GHz processor, a 3.5-inch VGA fortified-glass display, 512MB of RAM and 1GB of onboard ROM storage. This image shows an XM5 with a numeric keyboard, running Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5.

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Long Battery Life, Ruggedized for Protection

Powered by a 4,000mAh rechargeable Li-ion battery, the XM5 includes ruggedized construction that allows it to withstand accidental drops of up to five feet on concrete. It also conforms to IP65 standards against water, dust, sand, wind and other environmental hazards.

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Bluetooth, 5MP Auto-Focus Camera, Micro SD Card Support

The XM5 includes plenty of other features to make it useful for mobile workers, including a 5-megapixel auto-focus camera, a micro SD card slot with SD and S

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Plenty of Connectivity Options

The XM5 includes 4G, 3G and 802.11 WiFi capabilities so that users can access needed reliable, high-performance systems for voice and data communications inside buildings or outside, wherever they are working. Also included are near-field communications (NFC) capabilities.

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Locking Headset for Active Field Workers

A 3.5mm headset jack on the XM5 includes Secure Lock capabilities so that attached headsets can't become dislodged accidentally as a worker moves in the field. Also built into the XM5 is a 1D/2D imager or a 1D laser scanner for reading barcodes and embedded RFID tags.

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Withstands Tough Environmental Conditions

The XM5 can be used in temperatures that range from minus 4 degrees up to 140 degrees F and in tropical conditions of up to 95 percent humidity. The new XM5 handhelds have list prices ranging from $1,595 to $2,495, depending on configurations and features.

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