Monday, October 11, 2010

A few days with the Motion Computing C5v Tablet PC

The Motion Computing C5v Tablet PC isn't your average tablet PC. This Mobile Clinical Assistant (MCA) is built as a rugged, industrial tablet specifically for the health care market. It's built with Corning's with Gorilla™ glass for up to four times the strength in breakage resistance over standard displays. Equipped with Intel® Core™ vPro™ technology, the C5v is very fast and responsive while it runs Windows 7. The sealed design is wipeable for quick cleaning and disinfecting.

So, what do I really like about the C5v? This device has the same types of features you'll find on other rugged mobile computers. It's an MCA, so it has the capability for an integrated barcode reader, Radio Frequency (RFID) technology, etc.

I really like the overall design of the C5v. It's sleek, it's very slim, and it uses a simple design. The C5v is easy to use and I like the fact that you can even hot-swap the batteries. Even busy physicians will find that  the C5v can be an indispensable tool if you're constantly reviewing electronic health record information and entering computerized orders. The C5v can also be connected to a wide array of docking options and other accessories that allows you to effectively use this computer at your desk.

Stay tuned as I continue to review my C5v and share some of my insights about this mobile device. 

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