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The Battle of the Zebra Scanners has begun! In one corner we have the Zebra LI3608 Ultra-Rugged Scanner weighing in at 13.6 ounces. In the other corner, we have the Zebra MT200 Mobile Terminal Scanner weighing in at 13.5 ounces.

The Zebra LI3608 has unstoppable performance for 1D barcode capture. It has an operating temperature of -4 degrees Fahrenheit to 122 degrees Fahrenheit. The data range of the LI3608 is 3 mbits with 1,500-pixel FIX. This device has a storage temperature of -40 degrees Fahrenheit to 158 degrees Fahrenheit. It has an impressive 8 ft. drop specification and a PowerPrecision+3100 mAh Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery.

The Zebra MT200 has the intelligence of a mobile computer with the simplicity of a scanner. It has an operating temperature of -4 degrees Fahrenheit to 122 degrees Fahrenheit. The data range of the MT200 is 802.11b to 11MBPS with a FIX of 1440 x 2560. This device has a storage temperature of -40 degrees Fahrenheit to 160 degrees Fahrenheit. It has a 6-ft. drop specification and 4 slot battery charger.

For information on which scanner is best for your business, contact Datex Hardware Expert Kim Ganoe at kganoe@datexcorp.com.

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