Zebra TC72 Touch Computer

At the edge of your business are your front line workers that spend their days face-to-face serving the important asset in your company — your customers. Now, there’s a device designed to take staff enablement and customer service to the next level by delivering everything your workers need to achieve peak efficiency, with trouble-free reliability — the TC72 Android all-touch computer.

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Description

Innovative Features of the TC72 Touch Computer

Android for instant familiarity
Workers already know how to use an Android device, virtually eliminating training time and adoption curves. Plus, the TC72 delivers the highly-graphic interactive apps today’s workers expect.

Advanced touchscreen technology
The TC72 gives workers touchscreen simplicity. The 5-inch display offers plenty of real estate for graphics-intensive intuitive applications. The easy, familiar and flexible multi-touch operation works even when wet, with a gloved finger or a stylus. With best-in-class outdoor readability, the screen is easy to read, even in bright sunlight.

Support for the latest Wi-Fi enhancement improves Wi-Fi range and speed—with less power
With the TC72, users get faster and more reliable Wi-Fi connections via 2×2 Multiple-User Multiple Input Multiple Output (MU-MIMO) technology. Access points can now communicate with multiple devices simultaneously via pinpoint beamforming, boosting Wi-Fi network capacity, speed and range. Processing is shifted from the mobile device to the access point, extending battery cycle time.

5MP front-facing camera supports more advanced apps
With the new front-facing camera, the TC72 provides built-in support for the latest locationing technology, Visible Light Communication (VLC), which allows managers to track the location of shoppers and workers using existing LED lighting infrastructure. Video calling improves service and productivity. Customers enjoy a more personal touch—and remote experts can see a repair in process to help onsite technicians resolve issues faster and increase first-time-fix rates.