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9 Tablets Fit For Doctors

Since healthcare pros have embraced tablets in a big way, tablet makers have come up with a few design and feature twists for this demanding audience.
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Fujitsu has been providing tablet PCs to the healthcare industry for more than 20 years. The Windows-based tablets are used in a variety of applications including electronic medical records (EMR), practice management apps, imaging workflow apps, CPOE, Pharma field sales support, and e-prescribing. The 10-inch Stylistic Q550 slate PC has advanced security, has passed military quality and durability tests, includes multi-touch and digital pen support, and has a quick-swap removable battery. In the case of the Stylistic Q550, it is has been tested for various demanding environmental conditions such as blowing dust, transit drop, functional shock, vehicle vibration, vibration integrity, altitude, low and high temperatures, and humidity.

It features an Intel Atom z670 (1.5-GHz, 512-KB cache) processor, a bright (400-nit), anti-glare, 10.1-inch WXGA LED backlit IPS display with 160 degree vertical and horizontal viewing angles, a capacitive multi-touch screen with digital pen input, and a Quick-swap Lithium ion (4-cell, 38 WHr) battery.

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