The Zebra DS8100 Series Handheld Imager is the ultimate in performance, innovation and manageability. This device captures the most problematic barcodes including dense, tiny, curved, poorly printed, distorted, and dirty or damaged. Some of the features and benefits of this handheld imager is its unparalleled performance on virtually every barcode in any condition, superior scan range, power to scan continuously for 24 hours, PRZM intelligent imaging, support for the barcode of the future, and its exclusive battery charge gauge. The Zebra DS8100 eliminates Bluetooth interference with Zebra’s proprietary WI-FI friendly mode, it instantly captures full page documents and drivers license data, its direct decide indicator improves productivity, and you can control it from a smartphone, tablet or PC. The Zebra DS8100 has easy application development and visibility into scanning and battery performance metrics. Some of the industry applications include retail, hospitality, transportation & logistics, manufacturing and government. This device is used in retail for point-of-sale (POS), loyalty applications, electronic coupon redemption, backroom receiving, and inventory management. The DS8100 is used in the hospitality industry for check-ins, ticketing (concerts, sporting events, and more) and loyalty cards. This device is used in transportation and logistics for shipping & receiving, picking, product tracking, ticketing (airports, train and bus terminals), and postal. Finally, the DS8100 is used in manufacturing and government industries for product & component tracking, work-in-progress (WIP), lottery & gaming, administration, and banking.

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