Motorola Solutions launches Workabout Pro 4 for reading all frequencies in field

Motorola Solutions has launched the new Workabout Pro 4, a rugged mobile computer  with modules capable of reading low frequency (LF), high frequency (HF) and ultra high frequency (UHF) RFID tags.

The new Workabout Pro is ideal for voice picking, proof of delivery, vehicle maintenance and remote expert solutions that can help improve productivity and customer service, Motorola said. It is built for manufacturing, transportation and logistics, warehousing, field service and government environments.

With its flexible design, Workabout Pro makes it easy for businesses to upgrade almost all key features to the latest technologies by changing the modules in their own facilities, the company said. With its larger display and long-range scanning options, the device is ideal for outdoor work environments.

Workabout Pro helps companies reduce total cost of ownership (TCO), Motorola said. The ruggedized design and modular architecture of Workabout Pro 4 help customers reduce TCO while also offering the ability to upgrade features and extend its life expectancy.

Motorola Workabout Pro 4

Businesses can choose the most appropriate data capture technology and voice-enabled applications for their workforces with new scan engine, RFID, camera and voice modules for the Workabout Pro 4, Motorola said.

The Workabout Pro 4 is backward compatible to existing backroom accessories and a majority of Workabout Pro 3 partner modules, providing additional investment protection for customers.

Joe White, vice president of Enterprise Mobile Computing, Motorola Solutions, said, “As business needs change and mobile technologies evolve, Motorola Solutions remains committed to the Workabout Pro series with the Workabout Pro 4’s new features and improved performance.”

“Built on the series’ modular design principles, cost-conscious companies have the flexibility to buy the features they need today and easily add those needed in the future,” White added.

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