Motorola’s Enterprise Mobility business introduced the MC75 Enterprise Digital Assistant (EDA) today. This new EDA is a rugged mobile computer for Enterprise users who are hard on their electronic devices and who need it to receive voice and data anywhere in the world.
In the press release, the MC75 is touted to “help organizations increase worker productivity and efficiency, reduce operational costs and errors, and enhance customer service by delivering simultaneous voice, data, GPS navigation, and camera-based document capture.” In other words, this mobile computer will do virtually anything you need it to do to help your business, whether it be small or international.
The MC75, building upon the success of the MC70, will have 3G HSDPA and CDMA/EVDO support for voice and data, WinMo 6.0, GPS with tracking capabilities, Push-to-Talk, 802.11 a/b/g WLAN, bluetooth and Infrared connectibility. Motorola also throws in a 2 MP camera. It is also based on Intel’s XScale PXA270 624 MHz processor. All the specs make this EDA out to be a very powerful device.
For anyone wishing to upgrade from the MC70 model, the accessories are backwards compatible so you don’t have to upgrade your accessories.
This EDA seems to have it all! Look for the MC75 to be available in Q3 of 2008. There is no word on the price just yet, but we will let you know once we have that information.
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