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The Motorola TC55 handheld mobile computer uses the latest technology to produce a mobile computing device with exceptional functionality for workers dealing with multiple environmental conditions and fast paced workdays. Dual noise-cancelling microphones with two front-facing speakers; an indoor/outdoor viewable display and longer lasting battery life are critical features of the handheld Motorola TC55. Enabling access to real time information helps ensure more efficient, accurate operations. Features such as an integrated linear image/8 MP Autofocus camera; 1.5 GHZ dual core processor and programmable buttons ensure leading edge functionality and faster customer responses.
The Motorola TC55 handheld weighs 7.8 ounces including the standard battery and is durable with strong ratings for thermal shock, humidity, storage temperature and shock/vibration. An easily accessible 32 GB microSD slot with SD HC support is included and the handheld device supports Bluetooth wireless headset usage. The Motorola TC55 handheld mobile computer has 1 GB of Ram and 8 GB Flash MLC and includes a USB 2.0 high speed (host and client), WLAN, WWAN and Bluetooth. On the Android 4.1.2 operating system, the TC55 handheld mobile computing device can scan 1D barcodes. Ideal for helping workers collaborate clearly, the Motorola TC55 handheld helps businesses manage their workforces more effectively using location-based applications, optimized routing and real time updates in nearly any enterprise environment.
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