Datalogic’s Lynx PDA now comes with 3G/4G HSPA+ and A-GPS, providing high-speed data transmission and precise global positioning anywhere, anytime

Bologna, April 30, 2013 – Datalogic’s Lynx™ PDA now includes one of the latest technologies for broadband telecommunication, HSPA+, coupled with a state of the art A-GPS global positioning system. Operators can complete any job inside and outside the four walls quicker than ever before with the Lynx PDA.

HSPA+ or, Evolved High-Speed Packet Access, offers the most rapid data transmission speeds available today. Datalogic presents the 3G/4G (HSPA+) model of the Lynx PDA to those users that need to have the office in their pockets while they are on the move. E-mails, cellular phone connectivity, and CRM’s can be accessed with the touch of a finger from anywhere inside the store or out in the field. The user can be sure that critical information regarding business activities is sent and received at top speed.

The Lynx PDA adds 3G/4G (HSPA+) technology to an already exceptional list of communications features that keep the user connected in real time, all the time. While the HSPA+ module guarantees the best transmission times, the Summit IEEE 802.11 b/g/n radio provides the highest level of security thanks to Cisco certified wireless communications (CCX V4). Plus, Bluetooth® wireless technology allows connection to a headset or other peripheral, such as a printer, eliminating the need for awkward wires.

The HSPA+ models of the Lynx PDA are further enhanced by Assisted GPS (A-GPS) using Qualcomm gpsOneXTRA Assistance technology. This expands stand-alone GPS capabilities, improving positioning speed and sensitivity of GPS-enabled handsets, resulting in increased employee responsiveness and decision-making speed in location-based applications.

“Datalogic’s Lynx PDA incorporates maximized performance, speed and mobility in one of the most compact, ergonomic  and rugged PDA’s on the market. All the elements needed to carry out tasks on the job - a camera, a computer, a phone, a data collection device – converge with the most advanced technologies in one mobile computer which can be held in the palm of a hand,” commented Francesco Montanari, Vice President and General Manager, Mobile Computing, Datalogic ADC.