Thursday, October 7, 2010

I'm now testing the Motion Computing C5v Tablet PC

I'm now testing the Motion Computing C5v Tablet PC. This is a great little slate tablet that runs Windows 7 and it's designed specifically for the hospital or health care industry. I'm eager to spend some time with this device and I'll be sharing some of my impressions over the next few weeks as I review the C5v.

Here's a brief description of this device:

Deliver mobility and reliability at the point-of-care with the Motion® C5v. The industry’s first Mobile Clinical Assistant (MCA), the C5v was designed specifically for healthcare environments in partnership with Intel® Health and based on input from thousands of clinicians worldwide. Lightweight, rugged and fully-sealed to ensure compliance with infection control protocols, the C5v is built for demanding healthcare environments.

From the hospital to home care, the rugged design can handle even the toughest conditions. The C5v now comes standard with Gorilla™ glass for up to four times the strength in breakage resistance over standard displays. Add in View Anywhere® technology and users get the best tablet PC viewing experience available. And now with Intel® Core™ vPro™ technology, the C5v offers new levels of power, security and manageability. With up to 50% improvement in performance, a nearly 30% increase in battery life, hot-swap battery feature and enhanced remote management capabilities, both clinicians and IT personnel can feel confident that the C5v is available and patient data secure – freeing up valuable time and resources to focus on patient care.

1 comment:

  1. Good Morning Dr. Kim,
    It looks as if you have used the C5V for about 4 weeks - what are your impressions so far from a clinical standpoint? Is it easy to document on? Have you used it in conjunction with an EMR? Anxious to see what you thought....