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  1. AML KDT3 Terminal

    The KDT3 is powered by a 600 MHz processor and Windows CE 6.0. It comes equipped with an 8 SVGA color LCD with touch panel, as well as built-in Power-over-Ethernet, optional Wi-Fi radio, and optional integrated barcode scanner. With its sleek, contemporary form, the KDT3 is designed to be mounted to a wall or pole. With the KDT3 Multimedia Kiosk, customers, clients, or visitors can immediately be connected with the information they need in an impressive fashion. Whether it’s a full screen video, stunning images, or stereo sound, the KDT3 delivers in a big way, from a small package, and at an affordable price.
  2. AML Guardian Handheld Computer

    The Guardian is the latest innovation in fixed-mount computing from AML. The combination of high-performance computing power and rugged design make the Guardian ideal for tough environments that require 24-7 reliability. Its small footprint allows the Guardian to go places conventional PC's can't go, and its array of I/O interfaces gives it the kind of versatility required for any shop floor.
  3. AML Monarch

    Combining the power of a desktop computer and the user experience of a tablet, the Monarch is the ideal built-for-purpose kiosk designed for retail, hospitality and commercial applications. While providing a powerful 1.4GHz processor, a 10.1" color display, integrated 2D barcode scanning and an optional Wi-Fi/Bluetooth radio, the Monarch consumes less than 13 watts of power and comes PoE Ready (Power-over-Ethernet).
  4. AML Phoenix Terminal

    The Phoenix mini-kiosk, from AML, is a full-featured, general purpose mini kiosk with a wide variety of application possibilities in different vertical applications. In retail stores it becomes the perfect customer portal for price lookups, stock checks, gift card balances and much more. In commercial or industrial applications, the Phoenix is an ideal-time clock, an access control device, or a data collection terminal.
  5. AML KDT900 Terminal

    The AML KDT900 is a full-featured, general purpose kiosk/data terminal with a wide variety of application possibilities. Powered by Windows Embedded CE 6.0 and featuring a number of user input/output options, the KDT900 is perfect for a contemporary time-and-attendance terminal, a retail price checking kiosk, an access control device, a digital sign, or a general purpose kiosk designed to put information at the fingertips of the customer.
  6. AML KDT750 Terminal

    Customers can use the AML KDT750 to check prices by simply scanning product bar code labels, freeing store employees for more critical, bottom-line activities. Retailers can easily develop and deploy additional point of purchase (POP) screens and applications, utilizing the built-in software tools provided with the KDT750. Power-over-Ethernet ready, the KDT750 communicates with the store network via standard Ethernet or optional 802.11b/g/n WLAN radio technology.
  7. AML MT7570 Terminal

    With integrated 802.11b/g radio technology and the latest wireless security protocols, the MT7570 integrates seamlessly and securely into existing wireless networks. Audio, full USB, and RS232 serial connections, as well as optional Bluetooth WPAN communications, provide flexible connectivity with peripheral devices. The new MT7570 is available with a choice of Windows XPe or embedded Linux operating system, 802.11b/g radio technology, standard terminal emulation (VT100/220, TN5250, and TN3270), and optional Bluetooth communications.
  8. AML M7140 Terminal

    The AML M7140 Stationary Terminal is extremely flexible and offers a broad range of connectivity and I/O interfaces to support most data collection requirements. Each M7140 ships standard with a powerful Intel StrongARM processor, Compact Flash Card Slot, and 10 BaseT Ethernet connectivity. Extensive I/O interfaces include two RS-232 ports for bar code scanners or other serial devices, three optically isolated inputs, and three relay contact outputs for integration with PLCs, conveyors, scales, and alarm devices. The M7140 Stationary Terminal is built tough to withstand shop floor conditions and sports a rugged powder-coated steel enclosure, 77-key elastomeric keypad, a 1/4 VGA backlit LCD display, and an internal speaker. 32MB DRAM memory, 16MB Flash ROM, and compact Flash storage up to 32MB provide adequate storage for all your program and data file storage.
  9. AML M7170 Terminal

    The AML M7170 Vehicle Mount Terminal integrates easily and quickly into a wide range of computing environments. Each M7170 ships pre-loaded with VT100/220 terminal emulation, a TELNET client, FTP server, and an HTTP server. Optional software tools provide support for Windows ODBC and OLE DB data sources, C++ development under Linux, or 3270 and 5250 terminal emulation. As a member of the AML M7100 family of wireless terminals, the M7170 rapidly integrates into wireless data collection applications where AML M7100 handheld terminals and AML M7140 programmable stationary terminals are deployed. A wireless 802.11b connection is standard along with 32 MB of DRAM and 16 MB of Flash ROM.

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