Zebra MC9400 Android Handheld Computer 

Scan, Simplify, Succeed!

Unleash Efficiency with zebra Android Mobile Computer



Process-optimising, handy robus - the new zebra MC9400 / MC9450 keyboard mobile computers are the ultimate devices for every warehouse.

 Have you taken a closer look at the picture above? In addition to a warehouse and warehouse workers, you will see the new MC9400/MC9450 keyboard mobile computer from Zebra. Both have been especially developed for work in demanding areas and fit the profile of your customers perfectly. They are their extended arm; their employees’ new favourite colleagues; a powerful asset for the whole team – simply perfect for work in the warehouse! 



Keyboard mobile computer
with Android operating system
(upgrades up to Android 17)

4.3" WVGA colour display, 7,000 mAh hot-swappable battery

2.4 GHz Qualcomm 4490 octa-core processor, 6 GB RAM, 128 GB flash

IP65/IP68, drop-proof up to 3.65 m (MIL‑STD‑810H), Corning Gorilla Glass

SE58 Extended Range Scan Engine with IntelliFocus and a scanning range of 30.5 m

Bluetooth 5.3, high-speed USB 2.0, NFC and Wi-Fi 6E; MC9450: 5G and GPS

Top Features of the Zebra MC 9400 Android Mobile Computer

Maximum operational readiness – indoors and outdoors

The MC9450 is the first Zebra keyboard mobile computer to support private and public 5G wireless connectivity. In addition, both models offer two SIM card options (nano-SIM and eSIM), Bluetooth 5.3 and Wi-Fi 6E.

Scan further than ever before

The integrated scanner with SE58 Extended Range Scan Engine and IntelliFocus captures all common 1D/2D barcodes from a distance of up to 30.5 metres. The innovative green laser is up to 7 times more visible than the conventional red aiming point.

Carry the future with you

If your customers were delighted with the MC9300, then the MC9400/MC9450 will make them jump for joy! Thanks to the new Qualcomm platform, they offer 2.5 times more computing power, 50 % more RAM, 4 times more flash memory and 8 times more micro-SD memory.


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