Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Upgrading to Android Doesn’t Have to Break The Bank

Android the Path Forward
Migration to Android is the natural path of action after the extended support for Windows Embedded 6.5 Handheld ended in January 2020. Previously, support for CE 6.0 ended in 2018 and Embedded Handheld 8.1 mainstream support ended in 2019. However, the thought of migration can be challenging if you have a large install base or this activity was not budgeted for. 

Zebra’s Android portfolio is perfect for a warehouse environment, and best of all it doesn’t have to break the bank. Zebra's Android portfolio offers many cost-effective devices with the capability to allow a smooth transition from a Windows OS to Android.
The MC2200/MC2700 Mobile Computers provide an ergonomic design, battery power to last nearly two shifts and IP65 sealing, all at the right price. They are Zebra’s first key-based Wi-FI and cellular Android devices, allowing to increase productivity as workers can use them inside the warehouse or in the field. An optional trigger handle accessory allows more scan-intensive tasks to be performed with ease.

For a more handheld solution, Zebra offers the TC21 and TC26 Touch computers. They include a high-resolution 13-megapixel camera, large 5-inch HD touchscreen and removable/replaceable batteries. They can also withstand tough conditions including drops to concrete, snow, rain, heat, freezing cold, along with being waterproof (IP67) and dustproof. 

In addition, Zebra’s Go Zebra Trade-In program allows you to upgrade for less. By purchasing one of Zebra's eligible products and trading in an old unit, you can earn a rebate of $50 to $250. Contact us to learn more and see if you qualify for any promotions. RedLine is here to help you get the most bang for your buck!

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