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Cybernet introduces lightweight tablet PC for medical environments

The Irvine-based firm’s new product is designed in part from healthcare professionals’ feedback.

By Kirsti CorreaPublished: February 16, 2012 07:15 AM

Cybernet Manufacturing yesterday released its first-ever Windows tablet PC. The CyberMed T10 is equipped with a touch screen that can be used with gloves and includes an integrated HDMI port and a dual camera. Weighing less than 2 pounds, it can be taken anywhere yet is capable of handling any medical software.

“Many of our healthcare customers have used our all-in-one PCs for several years and often make design suggestions,” said Ali Bagheri, Cybernet’s senior vice president. “Some customers want 15-, 17- or 19-inch PCs that they can use on a wall or cart, but others want something more portable that can also handle the [specialized] software that today’s medical professionals are using throughout their facilities.”

Cybernet’s medical PCs are currently in use at hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and eldercare facilities across the country. Like the PCs, the company’s tablet features antimicrobial coatings.

 “We are very excited to introduce this to the market,” said Bagheri. “We built the right set of features into a lightweight [product] with a carrying handle and docking station, so the CyberMed T10 can be used anywhere.”


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