World's safest mobile computer?

Tech brief

Intermec Technologies has introduced what it claims to be the world's safest mobile computer. Its CK32IS is a handheld device that runs Windows Mobile 5.0 and has 128M of dynamic RAM memory and 64M of flash memory. It supports Intermec TE2000 terminal emulation software to run older applications and has a full suite of audio capabilities to enable interactive voice over IP and walkie-talkie and digital recording applications.

The CK32IS meets the most stringent requirements on flammable materials, dust and fibers. It has received the highest-possible safety ratings for use in environments filled with gases, dusts and fibers.

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