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By Rich Handley

Janam Technologies Intros Touch Computer With RFID, NFC Capabilities

Janam Technologies, a provider of rugged mobile computers that capture data and communicate wirelessly, has introduced a touch computer with a 5-inch display and Google's Android Enterprise Recommended (AER) certification. As part of the AER program, Janam's XT200 runs Android 8 (Oreo), can be upgraded to Android 9 (Pie) and supports five years of software security patches. The XT200 is built for applications in retail, direct store delivery and field service environments, including inventory tracking, point of sale and proof of delivery.

The XT200 includes Wi-Fi Fast Roaming connectivity, 4G LTE for fast voice and data, and support for instant Push-to-Talk (PTT). With 2D imaging technology, the device offers a long read range and high motion tolerance for barcode scanning, even on poorly printed barcodes. It comes with integrated RFID and NFC reading capabilities, along with 13MP/5MP rear- and front-facing cameras.

The XT200 is built to survive drops on concrete across a wide temperature range and is sealed to IP67 standards for protection against water, dust and more. With a 2900mAh standard battery and optional 5800mAh extended battery, as well as a low-power octa-core processor, it provides extended-shift battery life and comes with a standard two-year warranty. Optional service plans are available.

"Janam has a long history of supporting products and operating systems well past their official end-of-life dates," said Harry B. Lerner, Janam Technologies's CEO, in a prepared statement. "We're thrilled to participate in Google's AER program with the new XT200, committing to long-term enterprise support that our customers already expect from us, while once again raising the bar for our competitors."

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