Ruggedized Mobile Handheld Computer

The JETT®•XL is completely dust-tight and can withstand exposure to driving rain storms. With an operating temperature range of –20ºC to 50ºC, it operates in harsh environments with a wide temperature range.

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Fastest Most Powerful Ruggedized Mobile Computer

Two Technologies, Inc.™ JETT®•XL Hand Held Computer Delivers High Performance in an Affordable IP65 Rated Package

Horsham, Pennsylvania, May 3, 2006—Two Technologies, Inc.™, the leading manufacturer of customizable rugged mobile computer and terminal products, introduces the fastest, most powerful mobile hand held computer with the JETT®•XL. Along with its powerful Microsoft® Windows® CE .NET 5.0 operating system, the JETT®•XL incorporates an Intel® PXA270 XScale® technology processor to deliver high performance (624 MHz) for fast information processing. Featuring XScale® RISC with on-the-fly voltage and frequency scaling, the JETT®•XL has sophisticated power management to provide industry-leading MIPs/mW performance.

“In other words, the JETT®•XL is fast and powerful,” notes Joan Rickards, Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Two Technologies, Inc. “Yet, it is affordable and fully customizable”.

Designed with a rugged IP65 rated package, the JETT®•XL is completely dust-tight and can withstand exposure to driving rain storms. With an operating temperature range of –20ºC to 50ºC, it operates in harsh environments with a wide temperature range. A casing made of GE Xenoy® makes it one of the most durable, chemical-resistant hand held computers available on the market today.

“In addition to its high performance, the JETT®•XL was designed to operate in harsh environments,” states Rickards. “It is an ideal solution to meet the complex and varied requirements of a wide range of data-intensive applications where rugged hand held mobile computers are needed such as: fleet management, mobile payment, transportation, field service, meter reading, time and attendance, emergency vehicles, machine control, and inventory control.”

The JETT®•XL comes standard with both 802.11b and Bluetooth. In addition to a USB port offering operation as host or client, the unit offers a choice of RS-232, RS-485 and RS-422 serial interfaces. For wide area networking, WWAN/GPRS are optionally available.

A backlit keypad allows users to operate the keypad in total darkness, while a brilliant 320 x 240 sunlight readable touch screen allows for daytime use in high-glare areas. Operating from a high capacity NiMH rechargeable battery or six AA batteries with no adapter, units provide seamless power with up to eight hours of operating life. The JETT®•XL provides 64 MB of SDRAM, and 128 MB of secure internal memory as standard.

The JETT®•XL customization options include case color, protective bumpers, keypad, logo tag, serial tag, and cables. Units are also offered with a range of peripherals, including barcode scanners, RFID, and network cards, as well as software packages ranging from terminal emulators through to Integrated Mobile Device Management.

For more information on the JETT®•XL, visit the Two Technologies web site at .

About Two Technologies
Two Technologies, headquartered in suburban Philadelphia, is an ISO-9001-2002 registered manufacturer of fully customizable, rugged hand terminals and computers. Through its GEM Partnership and GEMPASS Programs, Two Technologies serves as a strategic partner to hundreds of domestic and international Value-Added Resellers, Systems Integrators, OEM’s and Solution Providers. Founded in 1987, the company has more than 4,000 customers worldwide and one million products in use in the field. All Two Technologies products are tested to meet or exceed the requirements of UL, FCC and CE by certified testing laboratories. For more information, visit the company’s website at or call (215) 441-5305.

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