Motorola's ES400 Enterprise Digital Assistant features a fingerprint reader and remote handset control. Powered by a Qualcomm chipset and using Windows Mobile 6.5.3, it can withstand being dropped up to 150 times in line with military standard MIL-STD 810G.
The handset also has a camera that can read barcodes, GPS navigation software and a 3in resistive screen.The ES400 will ship in the UK from August, priced at about £500.
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