Latest Products From Newland

Additions to the scanning and PDA range from Newland are now available. DED are pleased to introduce the following products:

HR11 Aringa
The HR11 Aringa combines speed, design and Newland’s NLDC technology to streamline everyday intensive handheld scanning. Optimized for the fast scanning of 1D barcodes on paper as well as on mobile phone displays, the device offers a versatile scanning solution ideally suited for applications at the point-of-sale and O2O (Online2Offline). In its design, the HR11 Aringa is compact and ergonomic with an IP42 rating and drop resistance of up to 1.2m. The result is a 1D scanning solution with an excellent user experience at an affordable price.

Symphone N5000
The Symphone N5000 is part of the first series of Android smartphone PDAs by Newland. It is powered by world’s smallest 2D scanning module (by Newland), making the device elegant, compact and light. The modern design is inspired by a consumer look and feel, but built for professional use. The Symphone N5000’s 5.0″ high definition display in daylight viewable colour.

HR22 Dorada
The HR22 Dorada offers enhanced technical features combined with an easy to hold, yet stylish housing resulting in a 2D reader that offers high performance scanning at a price that completes with high end 1D scanners. Newland's new chip decoder perfectly matched to Newlands own optics gives a superior quality of read, plus its housing is capable of multiple drops from 1.2m.

Please contact your Account Manager for more information on these exciting new products.


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