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Motorola LI2208 Drives Fast, Comfortable 1D Scanning

Motorola LI2208

The Motorola LI2208 does more than just scan. This corded linear imager helps workers scan faster and farther, resulting in better productivity and happier customers. Businesses can leverage the Motorola LI2208 to drive productivity at the retail point-of-sale, event registrations, and in light industrial settings. “Building on the legacy of Motorola Solutions’ most popular scanner, the LS2208, the next-generation LI2208 ... Read More »

Symbol Motorola LS2208 vs. LS3578 vs. LS4208 vs. DS6708

When it comes to barcode scanners for inventory control, asset tracking, and healthcare, the Symbol Motorola LS2208, LS3578, LS4208, and DS6708 models have you covered for nearly every barcode scanning application requirement. But, each of these popular models have several key features to keep in mind when choosing which is right for your application, including whether 1D or 2D scanning is ... Read More »

Motorola’s New Enterprise Android Tablet vs. iPad2

Wow! The Motorola ET1 Enterprise Android Tablet is the coolest thing I have seen in the AIDC industry since the introduction of RFID (I may be dating myself with that comment). This device may change everything. How we find products or check-out at our local grocery or retail store. How we are admitted and treated bedside in the hospital. Even ... Read More »

Honeywell Buys LXE

In the last five years, we have seen a number of acquisitions occur in the barcoding industry. Large, big-name corporations are seeing the benefits of getting into the barcode industry. These acquisitions have introduced companies like Motorola and Honeywell into the market place. Read More »

Big Changes for Popular Honeywell Barcode Scanner

Ok, so we have some good news and some bad news; which do you want first? Let’s pretend that while writing this, I hear the collective voice of our readers say, “We want the bad news first.” Ask and you shall receive. The bad news is Honeywell will be discontinuing one of their most popular barcode scanners: the 3800g. Collective ... Read More »

Wal-Mart Uses RFID to Track Underwear

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has been using RFID (radio frequency identification) tags to track pallets of products throughout their supply chain. The RFID tags have unique identification codes encoded in them, just like a barcode, but they can be read at a distance even outside of the line of sight. Now they plan expand that system to track individual products. They ... Read More »

Barcode Labs Offers 3-Year Warranty on All Barcode Equipment

Barcode Labs, the industry leader in used barcode equipment, is extending their warranty to 3 years on all of their products until the end of the year. Barcode Labs has over 20 years of technical expertise and carries one of the industry’s largest selections of used barcode inventory, including both legacy and current models. Read More »

Honeywell Releases the New Xenon 2D Barcode Scanner

Honeywell Scanning and Mobility has released the Xenon 2D barcode scanner. With their acquisition of Hand Held Products and Metrologic, Honeywell has been able to take the best of both of these companies’ already great 2D scanning technologies and put them into the Xenon. Out of all of the 2D scanners that I have tested, this scanner is the fastest at ... Read More »

Motorola Announces Separation into Two Independent, Publicly Traded Companies

Motorola, Inc. announced yesterday, February 11, that they are targeting the first quarter of 2011 for its planned separation into two independent, publicly traded companies. One company will consist of Enterprise Mobility Solutions and Networks businesses, which cover rugged two-way radios, mobile computers, secure public safety systems, scanning, RFID, and wireless network infrastructure. The other company will consist of Mobile ... Read More »