News | February 28, 2008

New Mobile Computing Line Offers Power, Nonpower Carts

February 29, 2008 — Rubbermaid Medical Solutions (RMS) launched the new M38 Mobile Computer Cart line featuring a powered computer cart, pre-wired computer cart and nonpowered computer cart.

Features for the M38 Mobile Computer Cart line reportedly include:

- Compact 17-by-17 inch base contoured to 14.5 inches wide at the center for easy maneuvering

- Lightweight design starting at 70 pounds

- Adjustable keyboard tray including 6 inch of height range, 180 degree swivel and -15 degree to 10 degree tilt

- Work surface has a 16-inch range of adjustable height with a total keyboard range of 22 inches

- Contoured front handle that minimizes user strain when pushing cart

- Document cover that protects reference documents placed on the work surface

- Integrated keyboard light with auto shut-off feature for nighttime use

- Multiple storage options including side bins, a wire basket and a drawer with keyless entry

According to Rubbermaid, the M38 offer IT staff the integration, support and maintenance capabilities needed for quick implementation. Powered carts are UL 60601-1 certified for patient point of contact; the pre-wired cart with computer holder includes power, USB and digital video connector cables pre-wired to shorten integration time. Power system software, which comes standard, is designed to enable IT staff to wirelessly manage and monitor power status across the entire cart fleet.

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