Good news: The PM67 mobile computer, easily recognized with its full physical keypad, is now part of the Android Enterprise Recommended (AER) program–making it the 6th device from Point Mobile to do so. Run by the Android 11 operating system, PM67 passed all the latest requirements Android has set for AER devices. The long list of requirements includes minimum CPU clock speed, architecture, ingress protection, and more, to make sure devices are suitable for professional usage. Manufacturers are also required to provide prompt security update and patches the program requires. Find more about what it takes to be an AER device in my previous post: Google’s guide for choosing enterprise devices.
More information about PM67
PM67 is a device with industrial-grade ruggedness. It’s designed to withstand 1.5m (5ft) drops and is IP67 rain/dust proof. PM67 is powered by 2.0GHz octa-core processor and 3GB RAM/32GB ROM. With the full physical keypad for accurate data input and 1D/2D scan engine, it’s a device suitable even for harsh industrial settings.
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Link to PM67’s product page in the Android Enterprise Solution Directory ➜