Honeywell's LXE MX9 ultra-rugged mobile computer lowers the total cost of ownership and supports anywhere wireless connectivity to ensure users stay connected and informed. To earn the right to be called "ultra-rugged," a device must test to an IP rating of 67, a 6-foot drop to concrete and a 2,000 cycle 1-meter tumble test. But the true tests of the MX9 don't happen in a lab. The LXE MX9 industrial mobile computer proves itself on the loading dock when a worker uses it as a hammer to repair a pallet, when a farmer trusts it as his sole connection to suppliers and when workers use the device in a widening spectrum of demanding conditions.
Ultra-Rugged: Lowers total cost of ownership and reduces downtime with an IP67-rated design that has the ability to withstand multiple 6’ drops to concrete and 2,000 1m tumbles Anywhere Wireless Connectivity: Supports real-time connectivity to critical information with WWAN radio, GPS, and WLAN
Customizable Keyboard: Increases worker productivity and ease of use with a fully mappable keyboard with 10 one-touch function keys
Outdoor Display: Transflective display technology is readable, even in direct sunlight, for port, intermodal and other customers requiring outdoor data collection