M7225 Batch Handheld Computer Now Ships with Popular DC Suite Software Pre-Loaded

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AML Announces availability of the M7225 Batch Handheld Computer preloaded with DC Suite barcode data collection software.

AML, a leading manufacturer of barcode centric handheld computers and stationary kiosks, has announced the availability of the M7225 Batch Handheld Computer complete with DC Suite data collection software.

DC Suite includes seven applications for the most common barcode data collection tasks, such as inventory counting, asset tracking, and check-in/check-out, and now comes installed on every batch (non-wireless) version of AML’s M7225 handheld computer. With DC Suite, users also have access to DC Console, a PC-based utility that allows users to customize existing applications or generate new applications to best suit their needs. Both DC Suite and DC Console are offered free-of-charge to AML customers.

DC Suite was made popular by AML’s LDX10 handheld computer, a low cost device intended for entry-level or low-volume applications. However, the need for a larger screen or full-alphanumeric keypad prompted the decision to offer DC Suite on AML’s rugged handheld computer, the M7225.

The M7225 is the perfect combination of durability and usability. It has the durability and toughness to be used in the warehouse or the manufacturing plant, but is lightweight and compact enough for retail or commercial uses. The batch version of the M7225 is ideal when a Wi-Fi network isn’t available because of the remoteness of the location or because the cost of the network infrastructure can’t be justified.

“The combination of the M7225 and our DC Suite and DC Console products, is just another example of how we’re bringing value to the marketplace with affordable, yet reliable American-products” says Mike Kearby, President of AML. “Our DC Suite and DC Console products are very popular, extremely powerful yet easy to use, and best of all they are free-of-charge to any AML user.”

About AML
AML is a manufacturer of barcode centric computing devices in the form of handheld computers, vehicle mounted terminals 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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