DENSO launches BHT-1700 and BHT-1800
DENSO, part of the Toyota group and inventor of the QR code, has just launched two new innovative Android handhelds, which, claims the company, both take size and ergonomics to a new level.
BHT-1700 Android handheld terminal comes with a 4'' megadisplay. / BHT-1800 Android handheld terminal has a 5'' superscreen. / Both Android handhelds for mobile data collection are particularly ergonomic due to their angled scan head. / Six models available from the respective series of the innovative data collection devices. / Further information on the secure handheld terminals und hand scanners with RFID or NFC, on mobile data collection, the QR Code, and the DENSO Auto-ID Business Unit are available at https://www.denso-autoid-eu.com/en.html
Whether in retail or logistics, transport, production, field & sales force automation or in the health sector – handheld terminals help their users significantly and save both time and money, for example in warehousing and logistics. DENSO, part of the Toyota group and inventor of the QR Code, has now launched two new data collection devices. Sina Haupt, Marketing Assistant at the DENSO Auto-ID Business Unit, says: "Our BHT-1800 Android handheld terminal is equipped with a 5" superscreen for outstanding legibility.
The BHT-1700 Android handheld terminal is also equipped with an extra-large display: with its 4" mega display and physical keyboard, it offers a multitude of features." This puts the BHT-1700 Android handheld terminal more or less at the maximum limit for a handheld with keyboard. With the BHT-1800 Android handheld terminal, a touch computer was developed whose screen pushes the boundaries. It packs DENSO's biggest ever display on a device for mobile data collection. More information on secure handheld terminals and hand scanners with Android, solutions for mobile data collection, the QR Code and SQRC®, and the DENSO Auto-ID Business Unit are available at https://www.denso-autoid-eu.com/en.html