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ALSO CALLED: Barcode Scanners, Scanners (Barcode), Laser Scanners (Barcode), Bar Code Readers, Bar Code Scanners
DEFINITION: A barcode reader, also called a price scanner or point-of-sale ( POS ) scanner, is a hand-held or stationary input device used to capture and read information contained in a bar code . A barcode reader consists of a scanner , a decoder (either built-in or external), and a cable used to connect the reader with a computer. Because a barcode reader merely captures and translates the barcode into numbers  … 

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