A designer at Coroflot – Geoffrey Cooper, has come up with a wonderful concept on how to create cost effective docks in replace for a hospitalâ€™s conventional computers.
Toshiba Rx Medical Tablet was one medical tablet concept shown at CES 2010. The curvaceous form-factor and wipe-clean chassis are certainly blogger friendly. Toshiba Rx medical tablet has an integrated hand-strap on the rear side, it seems to be a neat handle for hand carry.
Geoffrey foresee that someday, hospitalsâ€™ medical staffs would walking around the hospital halls grabbing these kind of Toshiba Rx medical tablets, using voice and handwriting recognition, together with on-screen keyboards to interact with digital patient records. In this way, access to patientsâ€™ medical records and medicine prescription would be as simple as entering patientsâ€™ record number and a click away.
And in order to speed up note entry, hospital will have keyboard base stations which offer wireless conventional QWERTY keyboard.