Motion extends tablet functionality with barcode reader

Tablet PC specialist Motion Computing has released the CL900 SlateMate, a patent-pending and industry-first productivity tool that extends the functionality of the CL900 tablet PC.

The CL900 SlateMate includes a magnetic stripe reader (MSR) and barcode scanner (BCS) for mobile data acquisition and processing.

The first in what Motion Computing says will be a family of integrated expansion options for its CL900 tablet, the CL900 SlateMate turns the CL900 into a multi-faceted data acquisition tool.

Functions include an integrated MagTek MSR, which documents patient ID cards with a single swipe, a commercial-grade BCS which reads virtually any barcode for inventory status and materials tracking, and rapid data acquisition for improved documentation and faster turnaround times.

Designed as an extension of the CL900, the CL900 SlateMate is securely integrated into the tablet PC’s internal frame and offers the benefits of integrated tools without the need for third party devices.

NSW Health's North Coast Regional Health Area is currently using the CL900 tablet, while the company supplies products to the Austin Hospital in Victoria, Queensland Health, the Department of Health and Human Services in Tasmania and Sydney IVF.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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