February 9, 2004

New Linux terminals hit the streets

AML (American Microsystems, Ltd.), a leading developer and manufacturer of reliable, high performance bar code and automatic data collection products,
announces the launch of its embedded Linux M7100 and M7140 wireless terminals in Europe. AML will exhibit these and other products at CeBit in March.

Featuring StrongARM and embedded Linux technology, AMLs M7100 is a solution for those customers who need 802.11b wireless data collection terminals
that offer ease-of-use and exceptional processing power, but who also want the flexibility and stability of an open source operating system.

Incorporating the best of todays wireless technology, the M7100 optimizes operational efficiency and productivityensuring the rapid, timely processing
of mission critical data, even in the most scan-intensive application.

AMLs M7100 comes pre-loaded with VT100/220 terminal emulation with options available for IBM terminal emulation, Windows compatible ODBC data sources,
or C++ development under Linux. The M7100s computing flexibility simplifies the application development process, making the terminal quick and easy to

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