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New handheld is IP67-rated A

vailable in both VHF and UHF versions, Icom’s new

IC-F3032 two-way radio series is designed to provides eff ective two- way communication.

A main feature of the new

model is that it is totally dust tight and waterproof. With its IP67 rat- ing, the IC-F3032S can withstand one metre depth of water for 30 minutes and its dust-tight construction prevents ingress of dust, sand, mud and other threats.

T e supplied

lithium-ion battery provides 17½ hours of operating time and has been designed for reliability in extremely cold environments. Icom can also supply

Windows tablet computer for business deployments


a specially designed waterproof speaker microphone for this series. A lone worker function is also

a standard feature. T e radio can be confi gured in such a way that when it is not operated for a preset time, it will sound a beep requiring an individual to push any button. If no button is pushed, an emergency signal will be automatically transmitted. An optional man-down board is also available to safeguard employees. T e IC-F3032S series contains

many standard features allowing it to fi t in with existing systems, including built-in fi ve-tone encoder/decoder, CTCSS/DTCS capabilities, and DTMF autodial and priority scan. Various option boards will work with this model, allowing it to be customized to suit most requirements.

ujitsu’s new Stylistic Q550 business tablet PC, which runs Microsoft Windows 7 Professional, provides systems integrators,

resellers and independent software developers with a platform for mobile computing in commercial or public sector settings. “In the Stylistic Q550, Fujitsu has created a totally unique proposition in the burgeoning tablet sector and one that presents excellent potential for the development and delivery of specialist mobile and data collection applications in a wide range of industries”, commented Mike Pullon, chief executive of Varlink, which has been appointed a distributor for the machine by Fujitsu. “By adding this to our portfolio, Varlink is giving its systems integrator and VAR customers the opportunity to use this exceptional tablet device as a platform for specialist mobile data capture and collection, point of sale and presentation solutions.”

Michael Keegan, of Fujitsu’s UK and Ireland Technology Products Group, said: ‘This agreement will enable us to open up new partnerships with

specialist VARs and ISVs already working with customers in key vertical sectors.”

Fujitsu’s Stylistic Q550: a platform for mobile computing deployments in commercial and public sector settings


LAND mobile March 2012

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