LXE goes mobile

LXE Middle East is showcasing its latest range of rugged industrial computers, along with its offerings in RFID and voice over internet protocol (VoIP).

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By  Simon Duddy Published  October 3, 2004

LXE Middle East is showcasing its latest range of rugged industrial computers, along with its offerings in RFID and voice over internet protocol (VoIP). The US-based company launched two new rugged vehicle-mounted computers — the half-screen VX6 and the fullscreen VX7 — in September. Both units are based on the Intel XScale processor and on the Microsoft Windows CE .NET operating system. With the VX6 and VX7, customers can now easily run their CE .NET applications on both their handheld and vehicle-mounted computers, greatly reducing user training and support costs. The VX6 and VX7 also support LXE's RFTerm multi-session terminal emulator, so customers can easily and cost-effectively run legacy terminal emulation applications (ANSI VT220, TN3270, TN5250). "Gitex is LXE Middle East's principle marketing activity for the year," explains Julian Sperring-Toy, regional manager of LXE Middle East & Africa. "We have been operating in the Middle East for four years, and this is our fourth Gitex. We feel it's the best way to generate interest about our products and to meet with as many of our partners, customers, and prospects as possible in one place at one time," he adds.

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