The revolutionary enterprise touch computer with the ultimate Android platform
Android for instant familiarity
You get all the benefits oft he latest version of Android, and your workers get a device they already know how to use – virtually eliminating training time and adoption curves.

Triple-shift battery power and unsurpassed battery management
With the most battery power in this class, the TC8300 can run for three consecutive shifts without a battery change. And extensive battery metricts that make it easy to spot and retire aging batteries that can no longer hold a full charge.

Superior ergonomics for superior productivity and comfort
The innovative scan angle eliminates the constant tilting that traditional designs require to view the screen and enter data, increasing productivity by 14% through a 55% reduction in wrist motion and a 15% reduction in muscle effort.

The ultimate rugged design for the ultimate dependable operation
The TC8300 is built for day-in-day-out operation in even the most challenging warehouse environments. With our most extreme impact ratings, the TC8300 continues to run, even after 2,000 consecutive tumbles and multiple 8 ft./2.4 m drops to concrete. This dustproof device can also handle jetting water, refrigerated storage areas and constant temperature swings between extreme heat and subzero cold – ideal in outside yards. And Corning Gorilla Glass brings maximum scratch-and-impact resistance to two of the most vulnerable device components – the touchpanel and scanner exit window.

Industry-first hands-free proximity scanning with a handheld device
The proximity sensor automatically triggers scanning, whether the TC8300 is worn on the hip or shoulder strap or placed in a cart or on a desktop. Two modes are available – close-up scanning from near contact to 6 in./15 cm and from contact to 1.96 ft./60 cm.

Advanced touchscreen technology for flexible data input
Give your workers the best touchscreen experience. The 4 in. display offers plenty of space for graphics-intensive intuitive applications. Users can interact with applications with a finger – even with a glove – or a stylus.