The Toshiba Rx Concept PC Increases Medical Efficiency

By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Jan 17, 2010 • References: coroflot & gizmowatch
The Toshiba Rx concept PC is a portable electronic tablet designed to fill a number of hospital and nursing needs. As a medical clipboard, nurses and doctors can access state of the art medical software, document, diagnose, communicate and educate at bedside or on the go. Input can be achieved via touchscreen or docking station keyboard.

Geoffrey Cooper is an industrial and interactive designer from Pasadena, California who conceptualized the Toshiba Rx interactive medical PC. The use of an elegant, sleek profile makes the Toshiba Rx interactive medical tablet easy to carry, use, and sanitize. Stats for Interactive Medical Tablets Trending: Older & Chilly
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