Newland’s HR32 Marlin handscanner gets facelift
Newland is excited to announce the launch of their newest generation HR32 Marlin handscanner: the HR3290. The HR3290 is a rugged, low-cost 2D scanner that is available as a corded model. A cordless model will follow at a later date. Both versions will be replacing their HR3260 predecessors. Additionally, the Newland HR3250 Marlin is now available with a coiled cable.
While the form factor of the devices will remain the same, a clear change in exterior is that the scanner will be on stock in black only. The move away from the previously blue design allows for a more universal and mature appearance that fits in on any counter. Designed to be rugged and durable, the HR3290 Marlin has also been upgraded from IP42 to IP54 to ensure the device is secured against dust and moisture.
This improved exterior goes hand in hand with the improved performance of the device. One of Newland’s improved OEM scanning engines has made its performance faster and more powerful. The engine is capable of reading any common 1D and 2D barcodes, even when damaged, covered with protective film or displayed on a mobile phone screen at its lowest brightness level.
With convenience in mind, the HR3290 Marlin corded is available with a coiled cable and a brand-new handheld scanner stand, especially designed for Newland’s HR32 Marlin product line.