Explore’s rugged handheld devices are now part of the Zebra family
Longtime Stream partner Zebra Technologies has now acquired Xplore, who develop and semi-, fully- and ultra-rugged devices, including tablets, 2-in-1 laptops, handheld devices and a range of accessories.
What is Xplore?
With an extensive portfolio of genuinely rugged devices and a complete ecosystem of accessories, Xplore is an authority in rugged mobility. Like Zebra, Xplore brings technology, solutions and specialised expertise that can help users to maximise resources and productivity, whilst minimising costs, through mobility.
Xplore’s range of tablets, handhelds and 2-in-1 laptops are award-winning devices, boasting rugged specs that allow them to withstand hazardous conditions and environmental extremes, as well as impressive drop and tumble specs. Built to last, they are some of the fastest and longest-lasting devices in their class, with enterprise-grade power, security flexibility, and versatility that makes it easy to scale workflows and boost efficiency on the road.
What is the M60?
The Xplore M60 is a small-but-mighty device that gives you a better way to handle your business. Not just another ruggedised Android handheld device, the M60 combines a mobile computer, communications device and barcode scanner into a single, sleek and professional device.
The M60 is a powerful 6″ Android device, weighing just 369g, with a larger, brighter View Anywhere™ display and a battery that lasts up to 22 hours, making it easier than ever to stay connected on the road. The familiar Android OS makes it simple for users to get up and running,
Combining WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, LTE Data and Voice, and NFC wireless technologies, keeps you connected to all the information you need – any time, anywhere.
With HD cameras, voice capabilities and built0in barcode scanners, your drivers are able to capture all the proof of delivery information they need, and quickly upload it to a secure, cloud-based system.
Rugged by Design
The Xplore M60 has an impressive 1.5m drop and tumble spec, is tough enough to survive temperatures ranging from -20° to 60°C, and can survive spills and dust storms too, so your drivers can use it in the more adverse conditions.
Learn more about the capabilities of the Xplore M60, or contact us for a quote and an online demonstration of how rugged devices can be used for electronic proof of delivery.