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18 June 2012

Psion adds RT15 handheld to its range


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Hard on the heels of its high-spec XT15 Omnii mobile industrial handheld computer, Psion has announced another new model, the RT15.

In many respects the RT15 is similar to its bigger brother, which we described in our last issue (m.logistics, issue 54). Carried over are the wide choice of keyboards, the 3.7in transflective display and the choice of Windows CE 6.0 or Embedded Handheld 6.5 operating systems. The processor is again am 800MHz Texas Instruments unit, though this time it is the OMAP3 unit rather than the Sitara ARM processor.

The RT15 is slimmer than its sibling and not quite so rugged, offering an IP65 rather than an IP67 dust and water ingress rating, and a 1.5m drop rating rather than 2m. Nevertheless, it still represents an tough and appealing all-round proposition for field service and mobile computing in general.

 

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