SOURCE: AMREL

AMREL

March 10, 2015 15:15 ET

AMREL's New Rugged Android Handheld

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Mar 10, 2015) - AMREL, the premier rugged computer supplier, announced the launch of APEX AH53, a rugged Android Handheld with a 5.3" display.

"The APEX AH53 is the result of listening to our customers," explained Kalvin Chen, AMREL's VP of Operations. "They said they wanted four things in a handheld. First, they needed an Android operating system. Second, they wanted a big 5.3-inch display. Then, they wanted a powerful processor. Finally, we're AMREL, so, of course, they wanted it rugged."

The APEX AH53 Handheld features Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) OS. It also has a powerful Quad-core Cortex™ A7 1.2GHz, perfect for data-heavy applications

The APEX AH53 handheld lives up to the rugged tradition established by AMREL over the last 30 years. Throw it into water, cover it in dust, this IP 67-rated APEX AH53 still works. It has been built to survive 4+ feet drops and to successfully operate at high/cold temperatures.

"Our clients have expressed interest in using APEX AH53 Handheld for applications in logistics, warehouses, and data collection," reports Mr. Chen.

Even though the APEX AH53 is tough as nails, it feels like a lightweight, commercial handheld. Approximately an inch thick, it weighs less than 14 ounces.

In addition to cellular capabilities, the APEX AH53 Handheld features include Bluetooth® 4.0 LE, NFC, camera, WLAN, and optional barcode reader.

For more information, visit: computers.amrel.com/apex

ABOUT AMREL Computer Division
AMREL's Computer Division designs and manufactures small-footprint, highly integrated, rugged mobile computing solutions for OCUs, handheld biometrics, communication, data acquisition and handheld Atom-based applications. Our modular single solution approach minimizes peripheral devices, the total cost, and space/weight requirements. We customize, design, prototype, and deliver your solution faster than any competitor. Visit http://computers.amrel.com

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