Handheld launches new e-ticketing device


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The Swedish Handheld Group has announced the launch of the Nautiz eTicket Pro II, a mobile computer designed specifically for public transport fare collecting and ticket validation.

The eTicket Pro II is built on a Nautiz X4 mobile computer base, but features an extra, built-in smart card reader. Both the eTicket Pro II and the X4 have been designed with durability as a primary focus. The eTicket Pro II has an IP65 Ingress Protection rating, which is an international standard that defines how well protected a device is against dust and water. At an IP65 level, the eTicket Pro II is said to be totally protected against dust, and moderately protected against water.

The eTicket Pro II is the latest in a line of e-ticketing devices from Handheld, which collectively have been put to use by public transport authorities in Melbourne, Helsinki and Prague, amongst others.

The eTicket Pro II has both a touch screen and a keyboard, and contains most features that one might expect, including a GPS, 3G and Wi-Fi capability. The eTicket Pro II is powered by a 1GHz processor with 512 MB of RAM, and is fully compatible with Microsoft Office thanks to the Windows Handheld operating system that it uses.

The Nautiz eTicket Pro II can be ordered right now for delivery towards the end of March.

 

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