This Dandy Gadget: Displayed in compact, lightweight, sleek, less than half the size of traditional fixed RIFD with a unique key hole bracketing design and mounting bracket, Motorola introduced its new RFID reader, FX7400 fixedRIFD reader, which provides maximum functionality based on a new platform that supports Gen 2 technology. The result, the device is capable of hosting third-party, customer-driven embedded applications and can be installed behind the wall or on ceilings.
In addition, this fixed RIFD reader is also integrated with BizTalk Server 2006 R2 and IBM WebSphere Premises Server 6.0 and 6.1, support Microsoft.NET Compact Framework 2.0, offering a quickly and easily gain real-time visibility into your business processes. Thank to Power over Ethernet (PoE) connectivity, helps you reduce the cost of electrical drops and the need for external power supplies.
Motorola said that FX740 fixed RIFD reader is an ideal solution for item-level tracking, retail inventory management, file tracking and asset management applications. This new Motorola RIFD reader is expected to be available in US and Europe market in the third quarter of 2009, and the end of the year for global market. The price tag is unannounced yet. [Dandy Gadget Source]