DLoG Rolls out 7" Terminal for Harsh Industrial, Logistics Applications

X 7 unit features low power consumption, integrated ARM architecture for better performance in tougher environments

X 7 unit features low power consumption, integrated ARM architecture for better performance in tougher environments

Westminster, MD — January 3, 2006 — DLoG Logistics, a supplier of transportation and logistics hardware solutions, has released a new rugged 7" terminal targeted at harsh industrial and logistics applications, enabling mobile and stationary Windows CE applications for use in logistics, industry, transport, time recording and quality assurance.

The Mobile Industrial Terminal DLoG X 7 measures just 8.7 x 5.9 x 3.1 inches (22 x 15 x 8 cm) and features a 7-inch high-brightness TFT display with touch screen. The unit operates on an Intel PXA270 processor with a clock rate up to 520MHz.

DLoG claims that the low power consumption and integrated ARM architecture of the X 7 allows for superior processor performance in a variety of harsh industrial and logistics applications. To accommodate outside and even freezing conditions, the DLoG X 7 can operate reliably and safely at extreme temperatures, the solution provider said.

The DLoG X 7 is rated protection class IP54/IP65 and features WLAN/GSM connectivity, two serial ports, two USB ports, an integrated LCD controller with brightness control and vibration/shock resilience. Mounting brackets with swiveling capability are available for stationary and mobile use.

DLoG Logistics is a subsidiary of DLoG GmbH. Its Windows-based product offerings include multiple TFT display sizes, resistive touch-screen technology, rugged design (IP65) and integrated wireless networking capabilities.

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