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Two Technologies Introduces Ultra-Rugged, All-in-One Handheld Computer

March 05, 2018  | 

Two Technologies, a leading manufacturer of ultra-rugged all-in-one handheld devices, has just released its latest device, the N5Z1.

"We are thrilled to announce the N5Z1. We have truly taken the users experience to a new level with this product. This highly sophisticated, user-friendly handheld will help to provide our clients with a next-generation device that is equipped with significant new features," says Two Technologies’ GM Roger Mick. "We have many great products and the N5Z1 just adds to that list."

Some of the features of the N5Z1 include:

* Android 7 Operating System

* Advanced Power Management

* Increased Run Time

* Improved Display Resolution

* Global GSM Radio Capability

* Improved Camera

The N5Z1 has the same IP65 rating, hot-swappable battery and ultra-rugged all-in-one solution as its predecessor, the N5. The N5 units are currently being used throughout the U.S. as a go-to solution for parking enforcement and E-Citations for moving violations. The N-Class devices are the only units of their kind that are Android based and can print, scan, and take payments all from one device while still being ultra-rugged, the company says. In addition, the unit can be used for fingerprint ID, code enforcement, and credit card payments.

To learn more about the N5Z1, contact sales at 215-441-5305, email [email protected] or visit the Two Technologies website at

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