Workabout Pro 4 Lands at Varlink

Varlink is pleased to expand their product range to include the latest addition to the Motorola Solutions Industrial Mobile Computing range, the Workabout Pro 4.

The Workabout brand has been serving businesses for over 20 years. With over 400,000 Workabout Pro mobile computers helping enterprises streamline their business processes every day, you can feel confident in choosing the Workabout Pro 4.

The device offers workers a mobile computer that can continually evolve to meet ever-changing business needs. Its impressive modularity lets you buy the features you need now, yet easily add practically any feature later, right in your own facility! More importantly, the Workabout Pro 4’s modularity provides an extraordinary life cycle and minimal Total Cost of Ownership.

Four powerful scan engines are available, complete with the best-in-class ability to capture even damaged and poorly printed codes on the first scan. Choose between 1D standard range laser, 1D extended range laser, 1D standard range linear scanner and a 2D imager to meet virtually any scanning needs.

With a robust 1.8m drop specification and an IP65 rating, this rugged device is built to handle all day use indoors and outside. With a comprehensive feature set you can put it in the hands of practically any type of worker in any type of business and it will provide superior performance. From workers in dusty warehouse aisles to maintenance technicians and delivery drivers who spend their days in some of the most demanding weather conditions, the Workabout Pro 4 will streamline any task.

The choice of a short and long model, plus an optional pistol grip that workers can attach when needed, offers the flexibility to choose a model that will bring the most comfort to the job. The Workabout Pro 4 has the fastest wireless and cellular connections — 802.11a/b/g/n and HSPA+ — providing workers with the fastest speeds possible for superior application performance, no matter where they are.

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine