Motorola's latest enterprise-ready mobile computer is really a mobile phone, but don't tell the handset division, as they're Android mad over there. The MC9500 is a Windows Mobile-based device, but one with interchangeable keypads, a user-replaceable radio module and a battery monitor embedded into the battery. It also comes …
This division, unlike the mobile phone devision, actually makes profit.
screams in freefall
is there an app for that for the iphone aloth it might be a one use only thing
was that deliberate? or am I just reading too much into everything these days?
Motorola expects them where?
Off the back of a lorry? Well, I suppose that's one way of getting a 'volume discount'...
Kind of useful
It could let you know as it falls out of your jacket pocket.
Mine's the one with the Motorola enterprise handset in the....now where did I leave that d@mn thing???
mines the coat with the baseball mit inside
Enterprises don't want a mobile phone for this purpose, but Honeywell have done the same thing. I have just spent 9 months fighting with a phone operating system to get it to behave as a Mobile data collection computer because the Windows Mobile operating system is perfect for consumers, but not for business use where the functions that the user are allowed to do are tightly controlled.
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