Millinocket Regional Hospital’s IT staff had deployed a competing all-in-one PC model on carts for use in their medical-surgical inpatient units and emergency room. Unfortunately, the need for frequent upgrades or replacements, combined with the vendor’s prices increasing, set the team on a new path. They’d have to find a competing vendor that could provide not only the equipment they needed (the kind that would be compatible with their current workflow) but at an acceptable cost as well. They also had an extensive electronic medical record system and needed quality, high-speed touchscreen computers to keep up with them. The computers would also need to be able to be mounted on Millinocket’s existing carts, meaning they would have to have a similar footprint and universal mounting options. Their emergency room had its own needs — the staff wanted something with a large display, something that could be seen at a distance if necessary, and enough processing power to not slow down during intense, time-sensitive situations.