Part Number: 942251006
Description: Skorpio Handheld Mobile Computer
Communication: USB, 802.11b/g, Bluetooth
Scanner: 1D Laser
Keypad: 38-key pad
OS: Win CE 5.0 Pro
Other: Green Spot
The part number 942251006 is associated with the Datalogic Skorpio / Skorpio Gun.
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Skorpio / Skorpio Gun General Downloads:
• Microsoft ActiveSync 4.5 Software
• Skorpio USB Quick Start
• Skorpio Manual
• Skorpio Data Sheet
Datalogic Skorpio / Skorpio Gun General Description:
Datalogic Skorpio is a rugged mobile computer particularly suitable for mobile commerce solutions in the retail environment, both on store shelves and in the stock room. Thanks to one of the best ergonomics ever seen on the market, Datalogic Skorpio reduces operator fatigue with no compromise in terms of reliability and robustness, resisting harsh environments, multiple drops, strong shocks and repetitive tumbles. Datalogic Skorpio offers the unique feature of integrated data capture technology combined with green spot feedback (Datalogic patent), providing a good read green dot directly on the code, where the operator usually tends to be looking. Datalogic Skorpio system architecture is based on the fastest Intel X-Scale series processors coupled with the latest release of the Windows CE operating system. It is ready to satisfy the most demanding customer needs (i.e. expandable memory thanks to the Mini Secure Digital standard slot). Its wireless communication capabilities (Bluetooth, Wi-Fi) enable fast transactions and complete interaction with the information system, as well as wearable peripherals, while its long lasting Li-ION batteries grant full shift coverage in terms of autonomy. Furthermore, Datalogic Skorpio large high visibility color graphic display with touch screen helps users work more efficiently, while the practical 38-key alpha and numeric keypad allows data, codes and descriptions to be input very quickly. Datalogic Skorpio is able to fulfill 100 percent of traditional text-based applications (i.e. terminal emulation, through the DL-TCL-NET software client) as well as the most modern Web-based solutions (i.e. exploiting Microsoft Internet Explorer through the DL Locked-Web-Browser application).