AML Announces Introduction of Ultra-Low-Cost Handheld Computer

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American-made batch barcode data collection devices comes complete with software

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The LDX10 with DC Suite software is the complete hardware/software solution that's affordable and easy to use.

AML announces the introduction of its new LDX10 Handheld Computer with DC Suite software. The LDX10 is an ultra-low-cost handheld computer, with integrated barcode scanner, designed for light to medium duty barcode data collection applications such as inventory control and asset tracking. It stores data scanned by the barcode scanner or keyed into the keypad, then uploads that data, via USB, to any PC for use in spreadsheets or importing into accounting or inventory management software.

The LDX10 comes with AML’s DC Suite software which contains seven common barcode data collection applications already pre-loaded onto the device. Users can simply charge the battery, select an application and go to work.

“Priced at $645 MSRP and equipped with our DC Suite software, the LDX10 will be the best value on the market, especially for those light duty applications where barcode scanning is a must, but the environment doesn’t dictate an expensive, hardened device,” said Mike Kearby, President of AML.

Kearby continues, “There are so many commercial applications where the requirement to scan barcodes and collect data is essential to efficient business operations, but the usage and the environment simply doesn’t warrant the investment in a handheld device that exceeds $1,000 and sometimes approaches $2,000. The LDX10 with DC Suite software is the complete hardware/software solution that’s affordable and easy to use.”

AML is a manufacturer of barcode centric handheld computers and stationary kiosks. For thirty years AML has been providing American-Made data collection products to a variety of companies and industries, with an emphasis on value and performance.

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