Inrico poc radio T640 and T640A
Inrico Launches Duet New PoC Devices
Inrico, a leading solution provider of professional wireless communications, has recently unveiled its duet of new push-to-talk-over-cellular (PoC) devices, T640 and T640A.
Inrico had planned to launched its 2020 new products at multiple international trade shows and conferences earlier this year, and later decided to launch online due to the pandemic.
T640 and T640A are nearly identical in appearance with slight differences but run with Linux and Android OS respectively. This new duet inherits Inrico’s classic T series industrial design style, while pioneers Inrico’s ultra-thin design.
They are only 26.2 mm thick. With the antenna built-in, T640/640A is the most compact full feature PoC radio in the market. Its 4,000 mAh polymer lithium battery lasts for more than 20 hours in typical 5/5/90 operation mode.
“T640/640A adopts our latest software and hardware innovations. It is getting thinner, also more powerful. Without extruding external antenna, it is very slim and easy to handle. 4,000 mAh battery ensures longer talk time, which is very useful for long shift workers. Basically, we packed more features into a more compact radio T640/640A,” said Pan, CEO of Inrico.
Established in 2004 in Shenzhen, Silicon Valley of China, Inrico is one of the world’s earliest and leading developers of PoC technologies. Advocating convergent communications, Inrico has launched its AI empowered PoC-LMR system, which is capable of integrating Android, Linux and DMR based products. Inrico continuously invests in network infrastructure and has already deployed over 30 servers globally