Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) October 17, 2013
Code, an industry leader of advanced, image-based barcode readers, announces the addition of the Code Reader™ 2300 (CR2300) to its product line.
The CR2300 is a high-performance, Bluetooth barcode reader designed for use in retail environments. The image-based device is easy to use and features a robust decoding engine that provides omnidirectional barcode reading and high-speed data output. The reliability and aggressive data collection capabilities of the CR2300 are crucial components for retailers committed to enhancing customer experiences by reducing lines and wait times at check-out counters.
“Adding the CR2300 to our product suite illustrates our rapid growth and commitment to being a leader in the retail market,” says Code’s Vice-President of Marketing, Garrett Russell. “The CR2300 is the ideal barcode reader for retail and hospitality applications that are rapidly changing from using dedicated desktop PCs to the increasingly popular tablet devices.”
A notable feature of the CR2300 is its ability to interface with other Bluetooth-enabled devices. Without modifying existing applications or installing additional software, the CR2300 can be paired with iOS, Android and Windows-powered mobile devices to securely and reliably transmit barcoded data. For added Bluetooth versatility, the reader’s charging station offers an optional QuickConnect barcode that, when scanned, forms a Bluetooth connection with the host device.
The CR2300 seamlessly transitions between retail applications—from point-of-sale or age verification to inventory management, and mobile coupons and ticketing. Its innovative approach makes integrating the reader both straightforward and effortless.
Code designs, develops and manufactures automatic identification and data collection devices, accessories and application enablement systems. Code's compact portable products provide 'plug and play' input of data from bar codes and advanced 2D symbols. Cordless systems utilize enhanced Bluetooth® radios as well as optional FIPS 140-2 certification and now Wi-Fi. Code provides reading and decoding of all open bar code symbologies. While committed to open symbology support, Code also offers its proprietary GoCode® symbology for secured data applications. Code's worldwide headquarters are located in Salt Lake City.
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