Getting started with the Finger Pick is really simple!
Download Finger Pick Application from Google Play Store or from our download URL
Bring the Finger Pick close to the device to pair it. An alert will give you confirmation
You are ready to scan the barcodes by pressing the main button of the Finger Pick
Putting your hands between boxes, shelves and drawers has never been easier and safer
Thanks to the Bluetooth Low Energy technology the battery duration is from 1 to 3 months
Finger Pick is light and compact. lts elastic band is adjustable, replaceable and washable
NFC tag allows immediate pairing. Just put the button near the back of the terminal and you're done!
You don't need an expensive ring scanner to use the mobile computer as a wearable
CE and FCC certifications allow you to use the Finger Pick in complete safety and in compliance
You can recharge the battery using the common usb-c (optional magnetic cable)
Blue led for the connection status and red for battery status
The scan button is certified to last for millions of presses
Operators never have to open the Finger Pick because the battery is rechargeable.
The finger strap has a particular fastening that allows you not to use the classic Velcro
Built in Nylon with glass fiber for maximum impact resistance
The latest handheld computers are exceptional tools for mobile data collection and management. They are light, rugged and built with a large display. They are also equipped with a very powerful barcode reader, giving the possibility to read barcodes in any case of use. Thanks to Finger Pick it is possible to use the handheld integrated reader without having to purchase external ring scanners.
The collection of the items is manual and is often done in the store itself; the employees receive the order on the PDA and, as for self-scanning, they read article by article. Having the hands free in these operations is essential to increase picking speed and accuracy.
Finger Pick is the first and original bluetooth button in the AIDC industry. A story that began a few years ago with the first wired button.