The CyberMed NB22 medical cart computer was the perfect solution for Radon. It saved them considerable time and money since the X-Ray machine required little configuration due to the serial ports on the NB22. The three hot swappable batteries allowed medical staff to take the NB22 from room to room without downtime, and the NB22 even charged while plugged into the X-Ray machine.
All of Cybernet’s medical cart computers have a 3-5 year life cycle so there isn’t variation in hardware or software that could potentially cause compatibility problems. The 3-5 year life cycle was a tremendous bonus for Radon, reducing their frustration and stress levels from using consumer-grade PCs in the past.
Radon found the CyberMed NB22 medical panel PC to be a fantastic result for their needs, especially with the large screen size, the VESA mountability, and the necessary serial ports. They are considering upgrading to the CyberMed NB24 and desire a product line of 27” touchscreen medical monitors for use on their next imaging devices.
The feedback they’ve received from their clients has been overwhelmingly positive. Clients cite the ease of use, mobility and battery life of the units as features that make their daily tasks easier to perform and more efficient. Not only that, but the units have provided a cost-effective way for their clients to provide more advanced technological services to their patients without having to replace their current machinery.