DT Research 2-in-1 medical tablet cart system

June 29, 2017

MEDICAL CARTS

DT Research, a designer and manufacturer of purpose-built computing solutions, announced the DT313-MD, a medical tablet system mounted on a slim-line, lightweight cart. The purpose-built system offers computing mobility in a variety of medical environments. Healthcare professionals can efficiently monitor, record, and retrieve patient information with the antimicrobial DT313-MD tablet.

DT Research collaborated with GCX Corp., a medical instrument and IT mounting solutions company, to design the cart. The DT313-MD Medical Tablet is docked in an ultra-lite, yet durable metal construction rolling stand with a locking mount. A wire basket is also included to hold medical supplies. With a touch of a button, healthcare professionals can use the tablet without the cart and easily carry it with a built-in ergonomic hand strap.

Courtesy of DT Research

The DT313-MD Tablet has been designed to meet the requirements of the medical industry including an antimicrobial enclosure for the tablet, docking cradle, and battery holster. A battery pack is mounted directly to the cart, which allows users to use the tablet in upwards of 16 hours without changing the battery. In addition, the batteries are hot-swappable to provide uninterrupted 24/7 tablet operation.

To enhance the system security, the DT313-MD Tablet has an optional Intel RealSense front camera that supports gesture, facial expression, and speech recognition. The camera also provides 3D scanning, environmental sensing, and background segmentation.

Additional features of the DT313-MD Tablet include the following:

  • 13-inch touchscreen with LED backlight and capacitive touch;
  • high-performance Intel Celeron or 5th generation Core i processor;
  • built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and optional mobile broadband connection;
  • built-in full slot smart card reader; and
  • optional 3G/4G, RFID reader, 2D barcode scanner. DT Research

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