The Zebra DS6707-DP Handheld DPM Digital Imager Scanner captures 1D and 2D barcodes seamlessly. This device offers the maximum in data capture flexibility. It is able to capture images & direct part marks (DPM) – including the most challenging mark, dot peen. Some of the features and benefits of this device include 1.3-megapixel imaging, support for all major 1-D, PDF, postal, 2-D and DPM symbologies, Omni-directional scan pattern, integrated advanced illumination system and RSM (Remote Scanner Management) ready. This device has multiple on-board interfaces; universal cable compatible, optional hands-free intellistand, integrated viewfinder, 360 degrees Omni-directional scanning, and text enhancement technology. The Zebra DS6706-DP is used primarily in the retail and transportation & logistics industries. It is used int he retail industry for point-of-sale (POS), loyalty applications, electronic coupon redemption, backroom receiving and inventory management. It is used in the transportation & logistics industry for shipping & receiving, picking, product tracking, ticketing (airports, train & bus terminals) and postal.

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