Mobile’s Bluetooth ring scanner, PM5, now officially supports
Windows PC. By using HID mode, data captured by PM5’s scanner can be
send to Windows PC without installing any additional application.
Point Mobile is also planning to distribute a new Windows SDK that
enables the Bluetooth scanner to connect to Windows PC through SPP
mode, which makes it possible for users to alter the settings of PM5
on their PCs. Adding Windows as a supported operating system further
extends the usability of PM5, which was previously limited to
Android-based Point Mobile devices only.
device can be used by both left- and right-handed people by simply
turning the bottom piece in the opposite direction. It comes with a
500mAh battery as standard, and there is an extended version with
710mAh available. For more flexibility, an optional bracket with a
lanyard and USB-C port turns PM5 into a standalone