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Re: Barcode scanning to save time
We have a Handheld (now Honeywell) 4600gs (»www.honeywellaidc.com/en-US/Page···id=4600g). It uses a USB connection and it read 2D and 3D barcodes. It does exactly what you want. We've used it in various methods. It has a very long cord, so it's pretty easy to move and get it where you want it.