These handheld series are powered by a Texas Instrument OMAP3730 processor that can handle Windows CE. The OMAP chip are supported by 256MB of RAM, 512MB of Flash, a micro SD card slot, and a powerful rechargeable battery good for full shift operation. For communication, these series comes with 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth v2.1 and a built-in GPS module. Bluetooth manager is also embedded to provide a friendly and easy to use interface for managing the Bluetooth. Optional equipment includes a 3G WWAN module for data transmission as well as a 1D/2D barcode reader or a low frequency (125 KHz) or high frequency (13.56 MHz) RFID reader. Note that it's either a barcode reader or RFID but not both. General SDK (to capture data) and Advance SDK (to setting/ trigger data) will be provided by Winmate for software developers. Barcode and RFID implementation in these product series will save time and cost as well as giving solution to the users in the area of logistic and warehouse.
As its design and looks imply, the Winmate Win CE-based rugged handheld device is a rather rugged machine. It can handle 4-foot drops to concrete and it carries IP54/IP65/IP67 sealing (depends on the model) which means it's completely impervious to dust and is even protected against complete immersion (within limits).