7-inch “Pocket Pad” for Medical Personnel: AD-MICA-071


AD-MICA-071, a 7” medical tablet designed for clinical use, powered by Intel Bay Trail Atom Z3770 processor. The AD-MICA-071 device was dubbed the Pocket Pad, designed to fit the standard caregivers’ coats for freeing doctor’s hands for patient examinations. It is IP54 certified for dust and water protection and easy to clean for contamination control.

AD-MICA-071 offers 1280 x 800 pixel resolution and it has a capacitive multi-touch interface that’s very responsive. There’s 4GB of RAM, which is what Windows 8.1 needs to run without getting bogged down, and 32GB of eMMC disk. eMMC is similar to memory cards and USB sticks as both are flash storage, but the controllers and chips used in SSDs are faster and much more sophisticated than those use with eMMC.

There aren’t any onboard ports as all wired connectivity is provided via the AD-MICA-071‘s dock. The dock offers HDMI, RJ45 LAN, two USB 2.0 ports, and a USB 3.0 port. There is a micro SD card slot on the unit, there’s a microphone, a speaker, two scanner buttons, a volume control rocker, and a single programmable key to call up a major function.

On the wireless side there is dual-band 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS and also NFC (Near Field Communication) for easy identification tasks. There’s an embedded industrial-grade Intermec 1D/2D barcode scanner. AD-MICA-071 can easily identify patients and update their medical records to ensure efficient and safe treatment.

For more information about Medical Tablet PC please contact the following:
Singapore: http://www.anewtech.net, email:contactus@anewtch.com.sg
Malaysia: http://www.anewtech.com.my, email:sales@anewtech.com.my
Vietnam: http://www.anewtech.com.vn, email: sales@anewtech.com.vn

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