Technology | June 28, 2006

Wireless Computing Device Supports

The Panasonic Toughbook Wireless Display is designed to support e-health initiatives, improve clinical care and enhance business performance.
Weighing 2.6 pounds (1.18 kg) and equipped with a 10.4-inch bright LCD, the display is a thin-client wireless solution designed to improve clinical workflow. It has no local software applications and, instead, wirelessly connects to clinical and management applications which reside on a local server, workstation or other computing resource. The solution works with Citrix Metaframe, Windows Server or Web servers accessible via Local Wireless Area Networks (802.11), providing instant and secure access to clinical and business applications.
Toughbook Wireless Display solutions can be architected to support multiple users connected to a single server or wireless infrastructure, or in a peer-to-peer configuration, such as a computer on wheels (COW).
To enhance the security of the touchscreen device, it has no hard disk drive and includes an optional fingerprint scanner. The Wireless Display supports wireless access to peripheral devices through Bluetooth technology and has been tested to resist drops, shock and vibration. It is also fully sealed to military specifications.

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