10.4 inch tablet PC enters medical market

10.4 inch tablet PC enters medical market

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In a medical environment, the device will retrieve patient data at the bedside, capturing and storing patient symptoms in an emergency and giving instant access to the patient’s medical history to aid real-time diagnosis.

ICEFire supports 802.11 a/b/g/n wireless LAN, has an Ethernet LAN port and, for remote working, has a 3.75G modem for WAN connectivity. Data input is via an in-built 1D/2D barcode scanner, a RFID reader and, enabling medical staff to hand input patient symptoms, it has Windows 7 Digitizer support, WACOM digitizer and resistive touch input with auto-sensing and auto-switching. Bluetooth provides a secure method of connecting with mobile phones, hands-free headset, printer or other Bluetooth-enabled medical devices. A 3 megapixel camera enables the unit to capture images or data for local storage or onwards transmission to a remote server.

The unit comes with a multi-function wall mounting, desktop, swing arm or VESA mounting docking station that powers the unit, charging both batteries, and also recharges a further two removable battery packs.

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