All-in-one PC pioneer Cybernet has teamed up with Intel Asia to launch a Windows-based medical tablet, dubbed the CyberMed T10. The gadget has been put on display at the China Medical Equipment Fair (CMEF) 2012. Cybernet, thanks to its expertise with many all-in-one medical PCs, clearly knows the computing requirements of the current healthcare industry. The new tablet, which features Intel’s Cedarview processor, is a great solution for the medical industry.
Intel and Cybernet have been in talks since 2010 to develop a portable gadget for the medical industry with the former’s Cedarview chips. Indeed, the low power and high performance Intel microprocessor can ensure great performance for the new tablet. The CyberMed T10 Windows Tablet PC is now the first Windows-based medical grade-tablet with the Cedarview chips.
The CyberMed T10 tablet is a full-fledged Windows tablet with lots of special medical applications and features. It comes with a 9.7-inch screen and it has an antimicrobial casing to prevent infections. The tablet, which weighs at 1.9 pounds, is capable to run any EMR or medical applications. Under the hood, the medical tablet features Intel Cedarview N2600 CPU, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, 64GB SSD and other powerful items.
The medical tablet from Cybernet touts several features that medical professionals of the day must require. It also comes with various benchmark certifications like FCC, CE and EN60601-1 and others. Its capacitive touchscreen display is 10-finger multitouch capable and the device further features an HDMI port, long battery life and a dual camera. Cybernet will sell the T10 for a price of $999 and it may soon hit global market.