Need a Truly Rugged Handheld Terminal? HarborTech Mobility suggests Zebra’s MC9200

Zebra's MC9200

Enterprise mobile computing is transforming, with industrial devices taking on smaller and sleeker form factors. However, in the toughest environments, where devices are exposed to the harshest abuse and workers still need or prefer access to physical keypads and navigation buttons, traditional rugged handheld terminals are still a mainstay. HarborTech Mobility recommends Zebra’s MC9200 handheld mobile computer, the gold standard in rugged mobile workflows and barcode scanning.

The MC9200 raises the bar on rugged mobile computing and device flexibility, with a choice of three operating systems, six interchangeable keypads, seven of Zebra’s most advanced barcode scanning engines, and the added computing power and extra battery life to power today’s graphics-intensive mobile applications.

Importantly, the MC9200 also features one of the most rugged designs on the market, with an integrated one-piece scanning gun handle, a flat battery connector that eliminates problems with broken connector pins, and a Torque Cell housing that dramatically improves shock distribution when a device is dropped. In fact, in the mobile device industry’s toughest drop test, Zebra’s MC9200 survived 36 consecutive 6-foot drops to concrete while never turning off, losing a network connection, rebooting, or losing data.

Zebra’s MC9200 is equipped with a polycarbonate touchscreen display that increases hardness to 4H. The device’s molding and construction also ensure that moisture and dust never enter it, and its barcode scanning exit window is virtually scratchproof and shatterproof. Along with an ultra-durable scanning window, the MC9200 also delivers unparalleled barcode scanning capabilities, with five imager options for laser-like performance. All five imagers can capture both 1D and 2D barcodes, as well as documents, images, and signatures.

Zebra’s MC9200’s also has push-to-talk voice functionality with their complimentary Workforce Connect Push-to-Talk Express client software already installed. To top it all off, you can even count on the MC9200 to keep your data safe, with native FIPS 140-2 Level 1 validated security, right out of the box. Additional security features are available through Zebra’s Mobile Security Suite and include a device-level firewall, intrusion prevention, enforced authentication, integrity monitoring, and virtual private networks (VPNs).

If you need a rugged handheld and want to learn more about Zebra’s MC9200 contact us today for more details.

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