Motorola ES400 Announced with Windows Mobile 6.5.3

Today we see a new Enterprise Digital Assistant from Motorola running a customized version of Windows Mobile 6.5.3. This device is made by a division of Motorola created when aquiring Symbol and is designed to be extremely rugged and reliable.

The ES400 runs on a 600-MHz ARM11 processor. It supports GSM HSPA, Sprint’s CDMA EVDO, and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g – yes, that’s “a,” which is the relatively unusual high-speed Wi-Fi variant used by some large businesses. There’s a fingerprint reader on the back. Every part of it is rugged, including the keyboard. Making the device rugged greatly prevents failure rates and saves companies $500 per device over three years, Motorola said.

(via PC Mag)

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