Both of these readers will do a good job of reading normal 1D barcodes in a normal office or warehouse environment. If you are reading barcodes in the sunlight then always pick the x300 for that job. If your barcodes are of a poor quality, very small, damaged or very fine pitched then also use the x300 as it is more tolerant to barcodes that may be out of specification.
How do I choose between CCD (x200) and Linear imager (x300) for reading 1D barcodes?
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