Voxware Inc. (Lawrenceville, N.J.) and LXE Inc. (Norcross, Ga.) jointly announce that LXE’s new wireless data collection computer for warehouse applications—called HX3—will use Voxware’s voice recognition technology as its primary form of data input.
With the HX3 voice-directed computer, facilities can run voice-based applications yet still be able to scan barcodes when necessary. In addition to voice input, the HX3 has a programmable, “eyes-free” keyboard, says Voxware.
Barcode capture options include a laser ring scanner or 2D imager ring scanner, and the HX3’s Bluetooth 2.0+EDR radio enables the use of wireless scanners and headsets.
The HX3 uses an 802.11b/g WLAN radio and is protected by a magnesium bezel for harsh conditions, including freezer environments, according to the companies.