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Zebra TC52ax mobile computer with WorkStation Connect creates a full desktop experience, providing advanced wireless connectivity and increased productivity  

Zebra Technologies Corporation (NASDAQ: ZBRA), an innovator at the front line of business with solutions and partners that deliver a performance edge, today announced the new TC52ax mobile computer with support for Wi-Fi 6. The TC52ax also features Workstation Connect, a new software solution which enables users to turn Zebra mobile devices into mobile-driven workstations. The solution can help improve worker efficiency, simplify infrastructure, and improve return on investments in retail, manufacturing and warehouse environments.

The TC52ax is ideal for price check and item lookup, inventory and cycle counts, line busting, merchandising, and buy online pick up in store (BOPIS) and buy online, pick up at curbside (BOPAC) applications. With Wi-Fi 6 on the TC52ax, manufacturers can increase bandwidth and capacity, allowing for greater throughput speeds and quicker response time, even when multiple devices are being used on the same network.

Zebra’s TC52ax offers advanced range scanning options using IntelliFocus™ to help workers capture distant top shelf and up-close barcodes to drive productivity. In addition, the TC52ax is Zebra’s first Android™ 11-based enterprise mobile computer featuring Device Tracker. This beaconing technology enables companies to track and find a misplaced device even when it is turned off or the battery is dead.

The TC52ax is the first Zebra mobile computer to offer compatibility with Zebra Workstation Connect. Zebra Workstation Connect transforms Zebra mobile computers and tablets into mobile-driven workstations, on demand, allowing users to run applications on a large screen straight from their mobile devices, and seamlessly connect to external monitors, handheld scanners, printers, and keyboards.

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