Smart, connective hands-free mobility

Working in an intensive picking environment requires all hands to be free. Holding a terminal in your hands lowers the efficiency considerably. Today’s solutions tend to be quite cost-ineffective and heavy to carry around. Whether you work in a warehouse or in transport and logistics, hands-free work increases your productivity without losing flexibility. The WD100 offers a costeffective, practical and healthy solution to these issues. The terminal can be strapped to the user’s arm using an ergonomically designed strap with a total combined weight of only 273 grams, making it the lightest wearable in its class. Combined with a ring scanner, both hands can remain free during work without interfering with the workflow, there is no other product in the market that offers this kind of connectivity.

Ergonomic, user friendly and lightweight

The terminal features a lightweight design including a 4” touch screen, even suitable for jobs where gloves are needed. The WD100 design is suited for both lefthanded and right-handed people. The WD100 supports MicroSD up to 32GB, features an 8 MP camera with flash for barcode reading and a 2950 mAh quick charging battery, the work does not have to wait!

All-round connectivity and accessories!

Upping the efficiency with the lightweight and user-friendly design is increased even more by combining devices from the Unitech compact scanner range, such as our MS652 ring scanner. Overall connectivity is strengthened by the addition of WWAN capabilities with 4G-LTE support, Dual Band WLAN 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0. This connective mobile solution keeps the workflow completely intact.

Power comes from a 1.2 Ghz Qualcomm 8916 quad-core processor with 2GB DDR RAM, 16GB ROM and Android 7.1.

Whilst the interior is tough, the exterior can take a bump also, with drop specs of 1.5 meters to concrete and an IP65 sealing specification. The WD100 is suited for pretty much every environment. Physical usability, on the device comes in the form of 5 physical keys, and a 4”, 800×480 Gorilla 3 Glass touch screen. The physical keys allow the user to designate a specific key to specific character or other functions such as apps. Designating keys for different functions again; improves productivity.



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