LXE Inc., a maker of rugged wireless computers for supply-chain execution applications, has introduced the HX3 wireless data-collection computer for warehouses. The unit employs voice recognition as its primary form of data input. It can also accommodate other data-input options, including barcode scanning and keyboard entry. Running on Windows CE 5.0 Professional, the HX3 is certified to work with a range of voice applications. Its design allows for operating in harsh conditions, including in freezers with temperatures of-40F. LXE's ToughTalk Technology supports voice-recognition logistics applications. It combines LXE's ruggedized system design, advanced audio circuitry and noise-cancelling techniques, enabling the HX3 to support industrial-grade voice-recognition applications. Bluetooth capability permits the use of wireless scanners and headsets.
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