The Zebra DS2278 Cordless 1D/2D Handheld Imager is affordability and simplicity delivered. This device is pre-configured and ready to use, right tout of the box. Users never need to line up the imager with the barcode because this device has omni-directional scanning and aim guidance. Features and benefits of this device include auto-host detect cables, easy integration with a tablet-based POS, it deploys anywhere in the world, easily customize settings with 123Scan, compatible with Zebra LS2208 series cables, instant decoding with PRZM Intelligent imaging, and unsurpassed scanning range. This device has point-and-shoot scanning simplicity, patent pending technology for the most intuitive aiming, easiest pairing on the planet, fast, easy and flexible charging, unique direct decode indicator improved productivity, guaranteed full shift battery power, and on-the-fly switching between handheld and hands-free scanning. Some of the product highlights for the Zebra DS2278 include 7.5 in. weight, barcode scanner designed to withstand 250 tumbles, up to 5 in. per second motion speed, and to 10 in. swipe speed. This device can be used n the retail industry for point-of-sale (POS), loyalty applications, and electronic coupon redemption. It can be used in the hospitality industry to check-in guests, ticketing for concerts and sporting events, and loyalty cards. Government usage consists of lottery and gaming, administration and banking. The Zebra DS200 series is used in the transportation and logistics industry for back-of-store shipping and receiving, product tracking, ticketing (airports, train and bus terminals), and postal. Finally this device is used in manufacturing for product and component tracking and work-in-progress (WIP).

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