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Turn your PDA into a Smart Tag Reader SDIO Now Available for Jewellery Management System

June, 2008

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Hong Kong RFID partnered with Sirit Inc. to deliver Mobile RFID solution for jewellery management systems. With a size no larger than your USB thumb drive, Sirit’s SDIO plug-n-play Reader is a very compact, light weight, reliable reader which turns your smart phones or PDAs into an advance RFID device.

The new SDIO reader together with Hong Kong RFID’s high performance IQ04 reader, which captures more than 100 tags easily and simultaneously, forms a complete set of equipment for jewellery management.

Sirit’s SDIO provides the most ideal scanning solution for mobile or complicated business operations which is dealing with individual items, such as following:

  • Checking retail price from gold price rate calculation
  • Product data input
  • Checking of stocks,
  • Point-of-sales
  • Customer loyalty scheme

SDIO also enables a wide range of RFID applications, such as contactless/cashless payments, public transportation and transit ticketing, advanced consumer retail affinity and CRM, event/venue management, pharmaceuticals, product authentication, healthcare, access control, and ePassports.

About Sirit Inc.

Sirit Inc. (TSX: SI) is a leading provider of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) reader technology to OEMs and solution providers worldwide. Base on high frequency band 13.56MHz, Sirit’s SDIO plug-n-play reader supports many other standards like ISO 14443A&B, ISO 15693, ISO 18000-3, INSIDE PicoTag™, HID iClass®, Tagsys C320, MIFARE® Ultralight, MIFARE Classic, MIFARE DESFire, MIFARE PROX, MIFARE PRO, FeliCa™, KSW TempSens® and KSW VarioSens®.

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