New antimicrobial medical tablets built for healthcare mobility during COVID-19 pandemic

Oct. 6, 2020

DT Research announced three medical rugged tablets with a unique 2-in-1 design that provides the flexibility to use the unit as a handheld tablet or part of a mobile medical cart solution. 

The tablets are antimicrobial, UL60601-1 certified, IP65 rated and available with a 6-inch (362MD), 10.1-inch (301MD) or 13.3-inch (313MD) brilliant capacitive touchscreen display. Built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, data capture modules, and optional 4G Mobile Broadband, make these medical tablets an effective tool to monitor, record and retrieve patient information in a range of environments. 

“Healthcare professionals need the flexibility to care for patients in different environments in order to effectively adapt to today’s evolving COVID circumstances,” said Daw Tsai, president of DT Research. “With this understanding in mind, we created a line of medical-grade tablets designed for ultimate mobility, durability, safety and reliability. The rugged 2-in-1 design gives users the flexibility to use the tablets as handhelds or mounted on a medical cart or with a docked keyboard. We also know that continuous operation is critical in healthcare - all the tablets in this line have hot-swappable battery packs to eliminate downtime.” 

Made specifically for healthcare use, the tablets have antimicrobial enclosures to control infection and are UL60601-1 certified to ensure standard safety and essential performance in healthcare environments. These rugged tablets are built to stand up in demanding, mission-critical environments with an IP65-rating for water and dust resistance as well as MIL-STD-810G approved for shock and vibration protection. NIST compliant BIOS are available for a high level of security. In addition, unique hot-swappable battery packs assure healthcare professionals of continuous operation. 

Information gathering and transfer is enabled with integrated NFC/RFID and a 2D scanner - making it ideal for field medical test check-in or ID bracelet verification prior to dispensing medicine and many other uses in highly mobile or limited space environments. 

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