Motorola Symbol TC70 Touch Computer Features
Your employees need enterprise class handheld computers to communicate and access information seamlessly in order to work more efficiently and better serve your customers — yet they want a device that is every bit as refined and easy-to-use as their own consumer devices. Now, you can give them both with the Symbol TC70. Extensions (Mx) turns Android into a true enterprise-class operating system.
The rugged design holds up even in the most demanding environments and the TC70 can double as a two-way radio. You can automate the capture of just about any type of business intelligence with the embedded scanner and camera. The full complement of accessories and cutting edge technology will serve your business for years to come, for an unsurpassed return on investment. Better serve your customers in retail, manufacturing, and operations with the TC70. Real competitive advantage — delivered.
Maximum data entry flexibility with an industry leading dual mode touch panel
Let your users choose their preferred data input pair: finger and gloved finger or finger and stylus — ideal for crisp signature capture. The intelligent display automatically adjusts as needed, unlike competitive devices that require setting adjustments every time the user switches data input method. And the large 4.7 in. display takes the capacitive touch experience to the next level — it works even if it’s wet.
World-class data capture
Give your employees the tools they need to work faster and smarter. The integrated enterprise-class imager offers Motorola’s proprietary PR ZM Intelligent Imaging technology, a megapixel sensor and advanced optics, which work together to deliver data capture performance in a class of its own. Workers can capture 1D and 2D bar codes in virtually any condition, at lightning speed. The 8 MP camera enables the easy capture of high-resolution photos, signatures, videos and more, allowing you to capture more types of business intelligence to streamline more business processes. The front camera allows workers to place a video call to get the help they need — and provide customers with that personal touch. And Near Field Communications (NFC) is ideal for automated identity validation at facility entry points.
Comprehensive audio functionality for a new level of voice flexibility
With up to four times the loudness of popular smartphones and noise cancelling technology, the TC70 provides crystal clear audio on both ends of every call. Support for Workforce Connect Push-to- Talk Express allows you to easily give your workers walkie-talkie style voice communications right out of the box, creating a highly collaborative workforce that can respond instantly to customer needs.
A robust accessory family to tailor the TC70 to meet any enterprise need
The comprehensive family of accessories includes a snap-on magnetic stripe reader for mobile payment, a holster, a hand strap, a snap-on trigger handle and more, allowing you to easily tailor the TC70 to meet the needs of many different types of users performing many different types of tasks. And multi-slot battery chargers and the unique ShareCradle — a multi-slot cradle that can accommodate the TC70 and future Motorola mobile computers — make backroom management easy and cost effective.
Rugged and ready for all-day every day enterprise use
The TC70 is ready for the demands of everyday life in the business world. The TC70 is tested and proven to operate reliably after multiple 6 ft./1.8 m drops to concrete and 2,000 consecutive 3.2 ft./1 m tumbles in our punishing tumble test. With IP67 sealing, you get a device that is dust-tight and can survive complete immersion in water, making it ideal for use in the retail backroom, warehouse floor, in outdoor shopping areas or outside on a receiving dock. The Corning Gorilla Glass 2 touch panel and scanner exit window bring a
new level of durability to two of the most vulnerable components.
Android KitKat — fortified for the enterprise
Every TC70 ships with Extensions (Mx), a series of features that transform AndroidTM from a consumer operating system (OS) to a true enterprise-class OS, enabling enterprise-class security and device management, as well as support for enterprise data capture capabilities.