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Cybernet’s Medical Grade CyberMed H22 Pushes the Envelope

October 30, 2012

Irvine, CA. October 30, 2012. Many advancements have been made in medical grade computers over the last decade, resulting in better performance and more choices. Cybernet Manufacturing has been at the forefront of these advancements, designing powerful medical grade all-in-one PCs uniquely suited to not only the special constraints of a 24/7 medical environment, but also the needs of the people who use them...

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Cybernet Adds Widescreen Model to Its Line of All-in-One Medical PCs

August 30, 2012

Irvine, CA, September 5, 2012. Cybernet Manufacturing has launched the CyberMed H6, a 20-inch widescreen medical grade all-in-one PC with touch screen. This latest CyberMed model is ideal for new EMR and EHR applications that are optimally designed for a 16:9 aspect ratio screen. Powered by Intel i3 or i5 processors, the CyberMed H6 can easily display x-rays and run EMR applications simultaneously...

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Cybernet Launches All-in-One PC for POS Applications

July 10, 2012

IRVINE, CA. July 10, 2012. Cybernet, the pioneer in all-in-one PC technology, has just released their first all-in-one PC designed for Point of Sale (POS) applications, the iPOS-G45. The iPOS-G45 brings a new level of power and performance increasingly required for POS software applications, while providing a broad range of new and legacy ports to support peripherals at the point of sale...

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Cybernet Introduces The Most Powerful Keyboard PC Ever

May 21, 2012

May 21, 2012. Irvine, CA. Cybernet, the pioneer in all-in-one PC technology, has raised the bar once again with their new keyboard PC, the ZPC-H6. This keyboard computer uses a second-generation Intel Core i5 CPU, making the ZPC-H6 the most powerful keyboard computer ever built. This keyboard computer also has an integrated numeric keypad, ideal for financial institutions or other applications that require keypad input...

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Cybernet and Intel introduce New Medical Tablet at China trade show

April 17, 2012

April 17, 2012. Irvine, CA and Shenzhen, China. In partnership with Intel, Cybernet has developed the most advanced Windows-based medical tablet PC in the market. As a result of this successful partnership, Intel invited Cybernet to participate in the China Medical Equipment Fair (CMEF) being held in Shenzhen, China April 17-20, 2012...

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Cybernet’s Medical Grade Computers a Great Success at HIMSS Show

March 26, 2012

March 26, 2012. Irvine, CA. Cybernet made a big splash at the HIMSS conference and trade show in Las Vegas last month with their expanded line of medical grade computers. The Cybernet booth displayed a wide range of medical grade devices, ranging from 15-inch to 19-inch and widescreen all-in-one PCs, to fanless models, to the unique new medical grade Windows tablet, the CyberMed T10...

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Cybernet Announces Latest All-in-One Medical Computer, the CyberMed N19

March 6, 2012

Cybernet Manufacturing just launched a fanless 19-inch medical computer, the CyberMed N19. It is powered by an Intel Cedarview D2700 processor, the latest generation of CPUs made for use in all-in-one PCs that provide a long battery life: 8 hours plus. That means that the CyberMed N19 can be used on a medical cart for a full day before needing recharging...

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Cybernet Introduces a Medical Tablet PC with Antimicrobial Coating

February 14, 2012

Irvine, CA, February 15, 2012. Cybernet Manufacturing added to their impressive lineup of all-in-one medical computers with the release of their first Windows tablet PC, the CyberMed T10. This medical tablet (or Mobile Clinical Assistant, MCA) has an antimicrobial housing, weighs only 1.9 pounds, and has the power to handle any EMR or medical software...

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PC Magazine Posts Review of Cybernet ZPC-D5 Keyboard PC

January 13, 2012

On December 29, 2011, PC Magazines Lead PC Analyst published his review of Cybernets ZPC-D5 keyboard computer: a full desktop computer packaged in a keyboard. PC Magazine focuses mainly on reviewing PCs for consumer use, but sometimes also evaluates business computers. Evaluating it as a business PC, he found it to be an inexpensive, compact, and energy-saving PC for basic business use...

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