The OR PACS cart is designed to view radiological images on a compact mobile platform in crowded operating rooms. The cart accommodates either one or two 21-inch flat panel monitors on a compact 26- by 26-inch footprint. The Q-Pack battery solution allows for easy of mobility with no dependence of electrical outlets. In addition to the battery, a wireless option reportedly enhances the mobility of the cart. The large cart enclosure allows for internal storage of a full-size CPU in a secure protected environment.
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