The new IP54 rated Zypad WL1500 will operate in temperatures ranging from -20 to 50 degrees C, and has a storage temperature range of -30 to 50 degrees C
Eurotech's new Zypad WL1500 wearable computer is said to be faster and lighter than other members of its wearable range, and also benefits from a longer battery life and numerous communication options
In addition to supporting several cellular communication protocols, the new Zypad also benefits from Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or Zigbee, USB and microSD connectivity
Around the time I was hoping to swap my Olivetti typewriter for one of those new-fangled Apple Macintosh things, Seiko also created the UC-2000 wrist computer. The images of the device docked onto a QWERTY keyboard strapped to someone's arm still raise a smile even now. That was decades ago, and the industry has moved forward at an incredible pace, but Eurotech's new Zypad WL1500 definitely has the look of the Seiko. Happily, the technology in the new Zypad is much more up-to-date. Eurotech says that it's faster and lighter than other members of its wearable range, and also benefits from a longer battery life and numerous communication options.
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