CipherLab Exhibits Intelligent Order Entry at 2012 NACS SHOW EXPO, Booth# 3562, October 8-10, 2012

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A full line of CipherLab barcode scanners, mobile computers and a new UHF RFID handheld reader are exhibited at 2012 NACS SHOW EXPO.

CipherLab 8000 series Mobile Computer

IOE program on CipherLab Mobile Computers

It’s easy-to-use interface minimizes training requirements and supports a variety of software solutions including an “intelligent order entry” solution which can replace most grocery wholesalers’ old Telxon, MSI and Symbol terminals.

CipherLab USA, a global leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of Automatic Identification and Data Capture/Collection products and systems, will showcase its latest line of barcode scanners and mobile computers at the 2012 NACS SHOW EXPO in Las Vegas Convention Center, October 8-10, 2012 booth #3562. CipherLab will have the recently launched 1500/1600 barcode scanner on display as well as the all new CP30, an enterprise mobile computer (Windows Mobile 6.5) designed for the demanding retail business and the 1861 UHF RFID handheld reader. Stop by our booth #3562 to find out how CipherLab's new 8200 and 8400 series mobile computers can help you with an Intelligent Order Entry solution and/or a Telxon replacement solution. All of which can help your company control cost and boost productivity.

CipherLab’s 1564 and 1664 2D Bluetooth scanners aim to meet the growing adoption of 2D barcodes in pharmaceutical, hospital and retail settings. Smaller and lighter than a mobile phone, with optional Bluetooth® connectivity, the 1564 handheld 2D barcode scanner and 1664 2D pocket-size barcode scanner has been enhanced with more features that are surely to benefit your business’s efficiency. In addition to the 2D imager, the increased on-board 4MB memory of 1664 2D scanner can store over 240,000 scans and data. The rechargeable Li-ion battery provides long working hours for all-day work, improving productivity.

The CP30 and CP45 designed for the demanding retail business, packs Windows Mobile® 6.5, 3.5G WWAN, WLAN, and WPAN wireless connectivity, as well as free programmable software into one powerful unit.

The CipherLab 1861 handheld UHF RFID reader can read UHF RFID tags in a distance of up to 1 m (3 ft.) and write data up to 0.5 m (1.6 ft.) away. Warehouse workers are now able to collect or edit RFID tag data attached on high-stacked pallets from ground level. Once item-level identification is required, workers can easily capture data without having to open cases one by one. The CipherLab 1861 handheld UHF RFID reader also offers perfect solution when harsh and hazardous environments make RFID one of the only feasible identification and data collection alternatives.

CipherLab’s economical 8000, 8200, 8400 and 8700 Mobile Computer series deliver anywhere mobility in a ruggedized, ergonomic design, offering speedy barcode scanning via multiple wireless communication options. With a pocket-size form factor that exceeds industry drop standards, the CipherLab 8000, 8200, and 8400 offer up to 100 continuous hours of battery life, long range radio communication (up to 1148 feet), an easy-to-read backlit LCD screen for low light areas and the lowest possible power consumption, boosting the efficiency of workers on the go in retail and logistics settings. It’s easy-to-use interface minimizes training requirements and supports a variety of software solutions including an “intelligent order entry” solution which can replace most grocery wholesalers’ old Telxon, MSI and Symbol terminals. With this solutions many wholesalers can add enhancing features like ‘discontinued item alerts’ as well as a ‘substitute item alert if available’ and two way communication, which will allow a master item file to be downloaded directly to the handheld. Feel free to inquire about all and any of these products and solutions at the 2012 NACS SHOW EXPO in Las Vegas.

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About CipherLab
CipherLab is a global leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of Automatic Identification and Data Capture/Collection products and systems. The company’s mobile computers and scanners are integrated into the networks of some of the world's best known logistics, retail, distribution, government installations and healthcare companies, helping them run more efficiently and effectively onsite and on the road. Operating worldwide, CipherLab is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan with offices in China, Germany and the USA, and is publicly traded on the Taiwan stock exchange (Taiwan OTC: 6160). For more information, please visit http://www.cipherlab.com.

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