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Product Release: Unitech releases its new affordable and reliable 2D handheld scanner: MS842e


May 23, 2013 - The MS842e 2D handheld scanners (buy here from Legacy Technology Services) featuring the industry’s superior 2D imaging technology, and combing with rugged material and compact design, the device is a cost-effective and reliable tool for enterprises to streamline processes in a broad variety of markets and applications.


Affordability and Durability
For most benefits in enterprise environment, MS842e is built for affordability and durability into your business workforce. Featuring an IP42 environmental sealing against moisture and dust and a high 1.8M drop specification, MS842e could survive even in accidents happen in every business surrounding. If one of your employees drops the MS842e (on concrete), he/she can pick it up and continue scanning without any problem. No downtime, no replacement, no service needed. The long life trigger design of 10 million times guarantees a continuous productivity for a long period of time.

Efficiency at highest level
Due to the high speed decoder and high performance engine this MS842e 2D scanner is one of the efficient scanning solution in its class. It can easily be used in high demanding scanning applications like ticket management or security during events, industrial shipment management and inventory management in pharmacies. Users can depend on this efficient scanner without hesitation, wherever it is being used. The large decode distance, wide scan angles and buzzer ensures a high efficiency level.

Practical and compact
Many tasks in warehousing, retail and transportation surroundings include a lot of scanning activities. By weighing only 200 grams the MS842e is very user friendly, also over a longer period of time. The ergonomic and compact design will ease the scanning tasks additionally. Due to two operational modes: trigger mode and presentation mode, this scanner can be used in the most practical way depending on the scanning task.

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