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First Handheld Bluetooth RFID Reader
What is being proclaimed as the world's first Bluetooth RFID reader has been released. Compact and pen-shaped, it is handled like a writing implement.
Sep 20, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
September 20, 2004—IDBlue, which is being proclaimed as the world's first Bluetooth RFID reader, has been released by Cathexis Innovations and Baracoda SA. The device is compact, handheld, and pen-shaped so that a user handles it much like any writing implement. IDBlue's Bluetooth capabilities offer the user freedom to collect and transfer RFID data to a central database wirelessly, providing far more range and flexibility of movement.
Read the article at PhysOrg.com
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