Cybernet Adds Widescreen Model to Its Line of All-in-One Medical PCs
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. Weighing only 17 pounds, the CyberMed H6 can be used on a medical cart or mounted on a wall or arm to provide bedside monitoring or patient infotainment. Its IP64-rated front bezel enables cleaning with liquids to maintain a hygienic environment.
Cybernet’s CyberMed all-in-one PCs are uniquely designed to meet medical grade standards, with antimicrobial* coatings and sealed front bezels to enable cleaning. Cybernet’s medical PCs are used in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and long term care facilities across the United States.
Says Senior Vice-President Ali Bagheri, “The needs for medical grade PCs are changing rapidly, as medical facilities expand PC use from the OR and nurses’ stations to patient rooms and nearly anywhere within the facility. Widescreen medical grade PCs are part of that change. Not only do medical users want wider screens to analyze and display medical data, but the widescreen configuration is more versatile. These PCs can be wall-mounted or mounted at the bedside and used by medical staff as well as by patients. We think the CyberMed H6 offers many possibilities for use throughout any medical facility.”
The CyberMed H6 has all of the features and functionality that busy medical professionals need. It is configured with robust resistive touch screen technology, has 6 USB ports, Intel Centrino WiFi, and an antimicrobial* casing. The CyberMed H6 also carries FCC, CE, EN60601-1 and UL60950 certifications. Learn more at the CyberMed H6 webpage.
*Antimicrobial technology protects the housing of the computer & tablet. Cybernet makes no direct or implied claims to protecting users or providing other health benefits.