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Zebra Technologies Announces Next-Gen Mobile Computing Solution

By Greg Tavarez
May 16, 2022

Zebra Technologies, specializing in innovative digital solutions, hardware and software, announced the TC53/TC58 mobile computing series which will feature what it says is an industry-first solution, Zebra Dimensioning Certified Mobile Parcel. Zebra Dimensioning Certified Mobile Parcel will help save time and money by capturing parcel dimensions and calculating shipping charges on Zebra mobile computers with the press of a button.

The TC53/TC58 series will be equipped with 5G and Wi-Fi 6E wireless and sensor technologies, an integrated 16MP camera with optional optical image stabilization to document proof of condition and delivery, and a high-resolution 6-inch edge-to-edge screen to enable frontline workers to leverage mobile dimensioning, mobile point of sale (mPOS) and connected workforce applications that improve productivity and enhance the customer experience.

The TC53/TC58 mobile computers will feature a tap-to-pay functionality and can transform into a mobile-driven workstation or a complete fixed or hybrid POS, a two-way push-to-talk radio, PBX handset or radio-frequency identification reader for improved team collaboration and productivity.

In addition, Zebra’s Intellifocus technology will enable users to scan items in hand or across a room, further improving worker productivity.

“Businesses today are under intense pressure driven by dynamic changes in consumer demand that impact the customer experience,” said Julie Johnson, vice president and general manager of enterprise mobile computing, Zebra Technologies. “Our new flagship TC53/TC58 mobile computers represent the first in a new generation of Zebra devices that will help organizations redefine service and support levels while giving their mobile workers faster and more reliable access to the information they need to get their jobs done.”

The TC53/TC58 mobile computing series will also leverage the power of Mobility DNA to enable businesses to increase device security, deploy devices faster, manage and control devices and increase worker productivity with new features that let users capture data easier.

While delivering the performance requirements of new wireless technologies, Zebra also wanted to build a mobile computer with the durability needed in the enterprise. The Zebra TC53/TC58 series will use composite materials with additive fiber to strengthen the device while maintaining a modern design. Select premium models will be available during the second half of 2022.

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Edited by Erik Linask

SmartCity Editor

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