Top 3 Reasons MOTOTRBO™ Ion Is a Game Changer

Motorola recently released its new smart radio – the MOTOTRBO™ Ion. Running on the Android platform, it is equipped with an intuitive touch screen and combines renowned PTT performance and data capabilities. Able to run on voice and data, the Ion functions as a two-way radio and Android device.

This radio is a game changer. Here’s why:

It Can Multitask

This smart radio packs lots of features into a small package. It has a built-in rear-facing camera, barcode scanner, and video console. It provides access to Motorola’s unified technology ecosystem, so you can turn on new intelligence capabilities, like smart virtual assistants and location apps.

Because it has LTE and Wi-Fi capabilities, it eliminates the need for a second device. For example, it can function as an in-vehicle computer. You can use any app that you would use on any Android device.

It’s Convenient and Easy to Use

With cloud-based configuration and provisioning, remote updates, and real-time device monitoring, these radios require minimal downtime. This means less work for IT teams and a more productive workforce.

Seamless Voice Handover automatically switches you to broadband when you roam beyond your radio system coverage, so you’re always connected when you need to be. It also has a voice control feature allowing you to change the channel or volume level with a voice prompt.

It Can Withstand Almost Anything

The MOTOTRBO Ion is tough. It is both dust and water-resistant and can be dropped in water at a depth of 2 meters. It has an ultra-rugged touch screen made out of Gorilla glass and can survive a four-foot drop on concrete. It can survive in very low and very high temperatures and be used with gloves. Industry-leading audio ensures users can hear and be heard in loud environments, along with adaptive wind noise mitigation that turns on automatically in windy conditions.

Next Step

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