USA has launched a new handheld 2D barcode scanner to meet what it
describes as "the growing adoption of 2D barcodes in
pharmaceutical, hospital and retail settings."
The pocket-size 1664 2D Bluetooth barcode scanner is on display at the ongoing RFID Journal Live 2012 event in Orlando, USA. It features 4MB on-board memory to store over 240,000 scans and data, and a replaceable Li-ion battery to provide "long working hours for all-day work and multi shift operations," according to the firm.
It can support 2D barcode scanning into almost any device which supports Bluetooth including smartphones, PDAs and laptop computers.