Respiratory Motion had a number of requirements for the tablets that would serve as the interface for their device. First, they needed a Windows tablet that could run Java and was powerful enough to run their software. They also needed a tablet with two USB ports to connect to the monitoring device and a large enough display for healthcare providers to read and interact with the software properly. Lastly, they needed a tablet with design continuity. Commercial grade tablets undergo design changes very frequently, and even the slightest design modification (a slimmer profile, docking connector changes places, etc.) would mean that their entire device housing would need to be repurposed to accommodate those changes. Finding a device that maintained a consistent design over several years was a must for Respiratory Motion.