Product Comparison-Motorola MC9190-G and MC9090-G

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Posted Mar 28, 2011, 9:30:43 AM by DecisionPoint Team & filed under

In our March 9th post I provided an informative video from Motorola that showcased the new MC9190-G mobile computer and its powerful features. The Motorola MC9190-G builds on the successful MC9090-G and boasts technological advances designed to increase accuracy and productivity in even the harshest of environments. The chart below highlights a few of the new features compared to the MC9090-G.






Operating System

Windows Mobile 5.0 Premium Edition, Windows Mobile 6.1Classic, Microsoft WindowsCE 5.0 Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5 Classic or Microsoft Windows CE 6.0 The latest in mobile operating systems allows your business to take advantage of the latest feature set, including increased flexibility, interoperability and security.

Interactive SensorTechnology (IST)

No Yes Enables leading edge motion-based applications,including dynamic screen orientation, power management and free-fall event logging as well as access to accelerometer data for custom applications.


3.7 in. QVGA mono or color for Win CE or 3.7 in. QVGA color only for Windows Mobile 3.7 in. VGA color for all operating systems Best-in-class 3.7 inch high-resolution backlit color VGA touchscreen display provides great readability in any lighting condition – from bright sunlight to total darkness.

Integrated UHF RFID tag

No Yes Businesses that have deployed RFID can automatically track the movement and location of MC9190-G devices. Automated real-time inventory enables cost-effective compliance with accounting regulations such as FASB. And the ability to quickly and easily locate misplaced devices ensures that your devices are always available for workers on the next shift. Device utilization and worker productivity are increased, improving the return on investment.

The MC9190-G also offers more data capture options including long-range capture of 1D and 2D bar codes. In addition, there are four imager options and they all offer Motorola’s revolutionary imaging technology.


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