The 4” HD screen has a high transparency and low reflectivity to give crystal clear images, even in sunlight. The touchscreen responds when wearing gloves and maintains sensitivity even when wet. For added protection, Gorilla Glass 3 makes the N7 Cachalot Pro tougher and more damage resistant, making the device the perfect companion in rough environments.
The N7 Cachalot Pro carries Google’s AER seal of approval, signaling it keeps pace with performance and security upgrades to its operating system and core functionality. This label, in combination with Newland’s free MDM Ndevor, enables clients to maintain secure visibility and control over their devices regardless of location.
The N7 Cachalot Pro supports fast charging for its 5100mAh battery and is hot-swappable. This keeps your program running and your wifi connected, even when taking the battery fully out to exchange it with a new one.
The N7 Cachalot Pro offers a choice of megapixel 2D scan engine. The Standard-range version with acuscan provides standard, accurate scanning on codes close-up or smaller items. Alternatively, the Mid-range version is capable of reading codes on boxes and pallets from further away. Both scanners offer Newland’s multi-read mode.
The N7 Cachalot Pro is designed to allow tailoring to many different applications for which a physical keyboard is still preferred. It offers the flexibility to choose between a 29, 38 and 47 keypad option (not including side scan buttons). Each of the three configurations are back-lit for high visibility in dark work environments.
The applications most suited to the N7 Cachalot Pro are often in noisy environments. To accommodate for this, sound notifications can be adjusted to reach up to 90 decimals. When sound is not wanted, or instead, enough on its own, the device has vibration and a LED color feedback.