Motion Computing launches new models


Motion Computing has a couple of new devices in the form of the C5 mobile clinical assistant (MCA) and the F5 semi-rugged tablet PC. The former boasts integrated mobile broadband and solid state drive (SSD) options that will certainly help it go the distance in the environment which it is used, while the latter comes with improved capacity thanks to the inclusion of an 80GB hard drive without you having to fork out an additional penny. More information on both devices will be available after the jump, so read on.

The C5 features optional integrated mobile broadband that enables mobile clinicians to improve productivity by accessing important patient information such as digital images and patient history details on-the-fly. This works great as a mobile point of care application, as it enables better collaboration with other treating clinicians and helps cut down on travel time by enabling the immediate transfer of documentation after every patient visit that will see a reduction in processing delays as well as improved billing cycle times. With the choice to throw in SSD, you can further maintain data integrity as accidental bumps and knocks won’t leave your heart in a lurch.

As for the F5 tablet PC, that semi-rugged device will now come with 80GB of storage space as mentioned earlier, making it suitable for mobile field forces in construction, government, field sales and service, and manufacturing where large amounts of data require safekeeping. While not as stable as SSDs, at least it offers a cost-effective method. Other peripherals from Motion Computing also include the Motion Mobile Dock that allows the C5 or F5 owner to juice up their devices virtually anywhere they are, as long as there is a power source nearby. In addition, the Motion Mobile Dock offers full port replication for your convenience away from the office.

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Gallery of gadgets (07-03-2008) » Coolest Gadgets Says: July 3, 2008 at 12:35 am

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Neagle Says: July 8, 2008 at 4:04 pm

I saw this today at work during a product demo. This tablet has an RFID reader built into it and a web cam. It is a designed for the medical community but,has so many other potentials for other business applications from POS, inventory/order systems, to HACAP compliance. Hopefully Motion Computing thinks out of the box.

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