It seems that there is a deluge of Motorola news that hit the Internet today, and among the slew of announcements as well as new devices being released, one of them that caught our attention was the Motorola MC959B mobile computer, which has been touted to be the industry’s first industrial handheld mobile computer that enables mobile workers to be able to easily select the wireless network which best meets their needs.
The MC959B would come across as a data-only device, where it will be accompanied by a dual 3G WAN modem which would allow enterprises to deploy the device on multiple networks, not to mention switch between 3.5G GSM HSUPA and 3.5 CDMA EVDO Rev A connections as and when the situation calls for it. This delivers the flexibility that enterprise organizations require with true WAN technology independence in the field. It will come with Qualcomm’s Gobi connectivity technology that makes it one of the first embedded mobile wireless solutions which was specially designed to put an end to connectivity limitations. Any takers? [Product Page]