The point of sale is your last opportunity to make a good impression. With the DS9900 Series, you can give shoppers the checkout experience they expect — short lines, a speedy transaction and attentive service. A one-of-a-kind hybrid design provides maximum flexibility, offering both handheld and hands-free scanning. While other products are handheld scanners retrofitted with a base, Zebra’s award-winning Industrial Design team created the DS9900 Series from the ground up for both handheld and hands-free use. You get Zebra’s industry-leading scanning technology, seamless switching between modes and superior ease of use, along with a wide range of innovative features that boost productivity. An RFID model combines a barcode scanner and RFID reader to extend the benefits of RFID to your point of sale. Empower your checkout stands with the DS9900 Series Hybrid Presentation Imager — the ultimate in performance and design.
DS9908 Hybrid Handheld/Hands-Free Scanner
- Bring RFID to your point of sale If you are already benefiting from RFID in your supply chain, you can close the RFID loop by capturing RFID-tagged merchandise at the POS with the RFID model. Checkouts are easier than ever, since associates can scan multiple items at once without line of sight. Capturing RFID tags provides the real-time inventory visibility needed for timely re-ordering and trending analysis. The reader operates with just 5 VDC and does not require an external power supply. And complimentary RFID data conversion software lets you read RFID tags without modifying your existing POS application.
- Commission RFID tags on returns and more In addition to reading RFID tags to complete a purchase, the DS9900 Series RFID model is capable of writing data to RFID tags — enabling staff to quickly commission tags on new inventory items and returned goods for faster processing.
- Easy application development Get everything you need to easily integrate scanning into your business applications with our Scanner Software Development Kits (SDKs) for Windows, Android, iOS and Linux. These SDKs provide documentation, drivers, test utilities and sample source code. And the RFID model comes with Zebra’s SDK and a sample application that enables it to read data from a barcode and write that data to an RFID tag — lowering the cost and complexity of implementing RFID.