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Blickenstorfer Datalogic announced the Datalogic Elf in March of as a next-generation rugged PDA for applications in field service and sales, delivery, retail, logistics and similar markets that require a compact, lightweight and highly integrated data collection and communication device.
Datalogic put a lot of thinking into this device. They figured that since communication is key for field personnel, the Elf must handle communication both via voice both cellular and VoIP or via text such as SMS, IM or email , and it must be able to connect wirelessly through multiple media.
Further goals were to provide voice connectivity that surpasses simple two-way radios and there had to be support of high-quality WPAN headset connectivity, i. Data communication had to be fast and reliable while complying with corporate security directives.
And there had to be RFID support. Finally, the device had to have proper ergonomics and be as easy to use as possible. So what did Datalogic come up with? That would be a fairly large but still handy professional PDA measuring 6. It has a 3. A built-in accelerometer handles display rotation and makes sure the Elf won't go to sleep when in motion. The Elf comes in two different keyboard configurations. There is a key "thumbtype" QWERTY layout for those who type and text a lot, and a key numeric keypad version fo when rapid manual data entry matters most.
Below you can see the two layouts. Both types come with Datalogic's patented Green Spot technlogy that makes accurate reads easy. The integrated 3-megapixel camera has autofocus as well as a flash. The idea here is not to replace a dedicated camera, but have the ability to quickly document proof of condition, signatures, or other visual support data. The Elf's wireless communication capabilities include Bluetooth 2.
Expansion is via a SD Card slot. Like most Datalogic mobile computers, the Elf is tough and rugged. It is sealed to IP64 specifications, which means it is dust-proof and can handle water spray from all directions.
It can also withstand drops from five feet to concrete, and operates within an wide range of 14 to degrees Fahrenheit. The Datalogic Elf is one of the first devices to use Windows Mobile 6. Update July -- Datalogic added the Elf Healthcare PDA , which clads the otherwise apparently unchanged Elf electronics into a chemically resistant plastic enclosure that won't get harmed by most major cleaning agents.
Specifications Datalogic Elf. Reflective TFT with touchscreen and backlight. Removable rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack 3. Datalogic Elf page. Windows Mobile Info. RuggedPC Review.
Datalogic Elf 944301000 PDA with Bluetooth v2.0