KoamTac, a NJ based manufacturer of bar code readers, and whose slogan is "Count What Matters", released a YouTube video featuring (I am guessing) some young employees of the company dancing to a Gangnam style beat, and showing a few of the companies products. The company also announced a new Bluetooth bar code reading device. We found the video more intriguing. - but we'll be looking for the products at NRF next week. :)
KoamTac, Inc. also announced the release of the KDC350, which now features greater durability and keypad convenience. It is the newest in the company's line of innovative, programmable Bluetooth barcode scanners and card readers.
The KDC350 has an IP65-rated design that allows users to collect information in dusty and wet environments. The compact keypad adds convenience to data entry enhancements. NFC (Near Field Communication) and GPS options further enhance the traditional data collection applications.
The KDC 350 reflects improvements that are the result of many conversations with industry leaders according to Dr. Hanjin Lee, KoamTac's CEO and President, who designed the product based on their needs.
"The KDC350 is the result of a natural evolution in the KDC series, combining the best features of the entire KDC line to date, but with new features that once again prove KoamTac's position as an innovation leader in the barcode scanner and card reader industry."
For the complete release visit the KoamTac website.
About KoamTac, Inc.:
KoamTac, based in Princeton, New Jersey, produces a signature line of lightweight, ergonomically-friendly Bluetooth barcode scanners and card readers that are universally compatible across today's technology platforms, working seamlessly with Android, Blackberry, iPhone/iPod touch/iPad, Mac and Windows.
For additional information, go to www.koamtac.com
Written by Craig Aberle
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