Among the new solutions that will be on display at NRF are the MC3300 handheld computer series and the VC80x vehicle-mount mobile computer providing organizations with a complete portfolio of Android-based mobile computers to meet their business needs from the front of the retail store to the distribution center or warehouse.
Zebra also announced the ZD420d/ZD620d direct thermal printers enhanced by Print DNA featuring the latest Link-OS 5.0 enterprise printer operating system for a superior printing experience.
Target Corporation will be demonstrating at Zebra’s NRF booth how the retailer has leveraged a single device to elevate the in-store shopping experience for its guests by using Android-based TC51 mobile computers for multiple applications that compute at the edge, both in stores and distribution centers.
The MC3300 mobile computer is available in multiple form factors with advanced data capture features that can scan 1D/2D barcodes in virtually any condition at short and extended long range.
The ultra-rugged VC80x is the industry’s first Android-based vehicle-mount computer that provides frost and condensation-free operations through sensor and heating technology that results in less device downtime and maintenance.
The MC3300 and VC80x come enhanced with Mobility DNA software featuring a unique set of productivity, management and developer tools.
The ZD420d and ZD620d direct thermal printers are easy to use and built with advanced connectivity.
“Retailers require real-time visibility across all purchasing channels to ensure they have what the shopper wants, when, and where they want it, or shoppers will buy somewhere else and may never come back,” Jeff Schmitz, chief marketing officer, Zebra Technologies, said. “At NRF, Zebra will showcase solutions that deliver visibility and actionable insights into retailers’ customers and inventory from the point of sale to the distribution center – enabling retailers to make smarter decisions that help them grow their business, acquire new customers, and gain a competitive advantage.”