The Cybernet Tablet Difference

Cybernet windows tables are designed specifically for enterprise and health care facilities with features and options not found on commercial and consumer grade tablets. These features include 2D barcode scanner, Common Access Card readers, RFID technology and so much more.

Computer Built in a Keyboard

Innovation never stops at Cybernet. Yes, this is a complete computer in a keyboard. Powered by Intel Core i5 processor and up to 8GB DDR3.

  • Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center (VCUMC) is a leading academic healthcare system in the US and is home to some of the most advanced treatment options and technology available. In 2013 alone, roughly 20,000 surgeries were successfully performed at VCUMC, assisted by anesthesiology.
    Anesthesiologists rely on computers integrated with anesthesia machine to monitor patient vitals, ensure patient safety, and keep accurate documentation during procedures. When the medical computer in the Dräger Anesthesia Workstations became too old and too expensive to maintain, VCUMC went on a search to find a cost effective IT solution. After a rigorous, competitive review, the medical touch screen, CyberMed H22 models were configured with existing Dräger anesthesia machines, and deployed in OR’s throughout VCU Medical Center.