The Zebra MC3330R is the RFID version of the latest MC3300 mobile computer. No more juggling between two different devices when scanning RFID and 1D/2D barcodes because the MC3330R can handle it all, regardless of the condition of the barcode—scratched, dirty, poorly printed or under shrinkwrap. And with the MC3330xR, users get an extended scanning range with an integrated NFC reader.
The RFID mobile computer MC3330R is built on Android 7. It supports WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/d/h/i/k/r/w, Bluetooth 4.1, and Bluetooth LE. Choose from three keypad options: numeric, functional numeric, and alphanumeric. The MC3330R and MC3330xR battery is Zebra’s PowerPrecision+ battery. These batteries provide a full suite of metrics so that you know when a battery’s health is failing and needs to be replaced and more.
The MC3330R is a semi-rugged RFID mobile computer. This includes
As the industry continues to transition to an Android platform, certain features will make your transition easier. Ivanti Velocity is pre-loaded and pre-licensed, so you can run 5250 or VT terminal emulation immediately. For easy communication between workers, Zebra’s pre-loaded and pre-licensed Push-To-Talk turns your mobile computer into a walkie talkie. And with Zebra’s LifeGuard for Android, you are guaranteed direct security updates for 10 years from release date. This includes the ability to upgrade to future versions of Android through Zebra OneCare.
When considering a Zebra mobile computer or printer, there are corresponding Zebra software products that should be considered as they can be extremely beneficial to your warehouse operation. These products are designed to save employee time and help to manage your Zebra Android devices. From staging software (one-scan to configure), to mobile device management software, to Push-To-Talk, to Foresight Analytics, some or all of them may be a great fit for your organization. Learn more about the Zebra Ecosystem or visit our Zebra Software page.
Zebra offers free staging software for the MC3300. Using StageNow, with the scan of one barcode, your device will be completely configured, including WiFi and scanner settings. Learn more about StageNow.
Zebra has developed a cloud-based analytics software that bolts on to an MDM and transforms big data into actionable insights. Some of the highly received features are Email Alerts, Android Security Patch Reports (a must for public company IT departments), Device Usage, Device Loss and much more. Learn more about Zebra VisibilityIQ Foresight.
Most of our customers purchase an MDM when they purchase Zebra Android computers. An MDM can lockdown devices so users are allowed only the applications you want them P a g e | 8 to see. Among its many features, an MDM allows remote control of a device and the ability to push Android Security updates and file updates. Learn more about SOTI Mobile Device Management.
Zebra’s in-house application allows Push-To-Talk communication between compatible devices over your WIFI network. Zebra’s WorkForce Connect voice product will even integrate into your current PBX to provide Push-To-Talk across the enterprise. Learn more about Push-To-Talk.
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