Motorola unveils new line of handheld computers

18 Mar 2009
00:00

Motorola's Enterprise Mobility unit has unveiled in Singapore its FR series, which initially includes the rugged and compact FR68 and FR6000 mobile computers.

The series -- which can be operated in English, Chinese, Korean and Japanese -- is designed to increase productivity wherever and whenever work needs to be done in small, medium or large enterprises across verticals such as retail, healthcare, logistics, transportation, utilities, manufacturing or public safety.

Motorola said that with the FR series , companies can achieve higher levels of resource optimisation and operational efficiency and give mobile workforces the ability to work on business essential enterprise resource platforms as well as access and process business critical data on the go.

Available only in the Asia-Pacific markets, both the FR68 Enterprise Digital Assistant and the FR6000 rugged handheld computers are full-function 3.5G HSDPA/WAN network mobile computers that offer simultaneous voice and high-speed data connectivity, and GPS navigation.

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