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Trimble's next generation of the Nomad outdoor rugged handheld computers, the Nomad 900 series, adds a 5MP auto-focus camera with flash, enhanced GPS performance, and new Wi-Fi capabilities. These new features, along with the its rugged construction and computing power, make the Trimble Nomad 900 series ideal for mobile workers in forestry, public safety, surveying, construction, mapping, field service, utilities, and other outdoor or service-related fields.
Trimble's Yuma rugged tablet computer is an all-in-one outdoor computing solution that can transport a user’s office to the field, forest, desert or boardroom. The Trimble Yuma tablet is a fully functional computer that runs the Windows Vista Business operating system. Standard features include integrated WiFi connectivity, Global Positioning System and two geotag-enabled cameras. The Yuma tablet is expandable via two USB 2.0 slots—a 34 pin Expresscard and SDIO slot. The seven-inch sunlight-readable WVGA color touch screen has been designed for a host of mapping and form-based applications.
Trimble introduced the AT&T Inc.-enabled Nomad 800X Series computers, three new models of its outdoor rugged handheld computer that offer Wireless Wide Area Network (WWAN) functionality and integrated quad-band GSM cellular data transmission, digital photography and bar-code scanning in one device. The Nomad 800X Series models use a built-in high-speed wireless data modem and AT&T's nationwide EDGE network to allow users to communicate from the field to a central office or other location. Nomad 800X Series computer users can send and receive real-time data and SMS messages via a cellular network at speeds up to 1 Mb per second wherever cellular connectivity is available. The Nomad 800XE handheld computer delivers up to three scans per second, offers easy field-to-office connectivity, and provides all-day usage of eight hours on a single battery charge. Users can choose from a range of compatible battery options, as well as add an ergonomic pistol-grip attachment that improves efficiency for mobile bar-code scanning.
The improved Trimble Recon features an increase in battery capacity from 3,800mAh to 4,000mAh, with appreciably shorter charging time. A charge termination feature ends the charging cycle when the battery is at full capacity, preventing overcharging and prolonging the battery's life. The PowerBoot Module also reduces battery memory effect for field professionals who require frequent recharges. The Recon's high-resolution, sunlight-visible QVGA display shows graphics and maps in crisp detail even in the brightest outdoor environments.
Trimble's AA Battery Module for its Nomad rugged handheld computer allows users to run the Nomad an average of four hours using two AA alkaline batteries without affecting its rugged performance capabilities. With the AA Battery Module attached, the Nomad retains its MIL-STD-810F rating for drops, vibration and temperature extremes. And unlike other rugged handhelds that reset if dropped while running on AA batteries, the Nomad uses a special capacitor to prevent the unit from resetting after a drop or other shock.
The Trimble Nomad 800LE rugged handheld computer comes with a fully integrated 2 megapixel digital camera and an integrated laser bar code scanner. The Nomad 800LC rugged handheld computer comes with the built-in digital camera only. Both models include integrated Bluetooth, 802.11, and GPS as well as 1 GB of internal data storage. The Nomad line of handheld comptuers feature an 806 MHz Marvell PXA320 XScale processor, 128 MB RAM and a hot-swappable rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack. Built-in Bluetooth is standard, with built-in 802.11g wireless communication optional. The Nomad's touchscreen VGA display is sharp and clear in sunlight, and it presents maps and other graphics-intensive files in better detail than a typical QVGA display. The Nomad also comes with Windows Mobile 6.0.
Trimble announces its Trimble Ranger rugged handheld computer now features the Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 platform. The new operating system offers additional features, improved reliability, and modern developer support and tools. The Ranger provides users with the latest handheld computer technology in a rugged form factor, helping them work more productively in the field. Windows Mobile 5.0, which replaces Windows Mobile 2003 in the Ranger, supports numerous additional features that improve efficiency and reliability. Comprehensive persistent storage eliminates the need for a RAM file system or Sprite Backup. The Ranger is SDIO-enabled, enabling use of compatible cards. Windows Mobile 5.0 also unlocks the USB host functionality of the Ranger's standard USB port.
Trimble's Recon X-Series gives users the option of integrated Bluetooth and 802.11g wireless capabilities, and it comes with Windows Mobile 5.0, the latest version of Microsoft's operating system for handheld devices.The new Recon handheld computer includes two models, both with more flash memory than before. The Recon 200X features a 200 MHz Intel XScale processor and 128 MB of Flash memory; the Recon 400X features a 400 MHz processor and 256 MB of Flash memory. Other new features include a built-in microphone, redesigned keypad and improved color touchscreen.
Trimble announced the next generation of its popular Trimble Recon® rugged handheld computer. The new Recon X-Series gives users the option of integrated Bluetooth and 802.11g wireless capabilities, and it comes with Windows Mobile 5.0, the latest version of Microsoft's software for handheld devices. The new Recon handheld computer includes two models, both with more Flash memory than before. The Recon 200X features a 200 MHz Intel XScale processor and 128 MB of Flash memory; the Recon 400X features a 400 MHz processor and 256 MB of Flash memory. Other new features include a built-in microphone, a redesigned keypad and an improved color touchscreen. Like the original, the Recon X-Series meets the MIL-STD-810F military standard for drops, vibration and temperature extremes. It also has an IP67 rating, meaning it's impervious to water and dust. The X-Series retains the Recon's two CompactFlash (CF) slots, allowing users to add GPS, GPRS, digital cameras, bar-code scanners and other devices. The Recon's Windows Mobile 5.0 software includes several new features that improve efficiency and reliability. Comprehensive persistent storage saves all programs and data to nonvolatile Flash memory; this eliminates the need for a RAM file system or system backups.
Trimble offers T-Ticket mobile citation software bundled with the Trimble Recon rugged handheld computer. T-Ticket software streamlines and improves the accuracy of the citation process. It allows officers in the field to query national and regional databases wirelessly for automatic completion of violator information. Featuring easy-to-use, step-by-step screens and auto-fill fields, T-Ticket software helps police officers write tickets faster and more accurately. Officers can also check on a person's outstanding tickets or warrants, run a license plate check and upload the completed citations to the police department's database.