At 5-inches, the
Streak is a lot more portable than the iPad—but still not quite as pocket-friendly (lab coat-friendly?) as the iPhone. Nonetheless, that's where Dell wants to place its tablets, ramming it with a healthcare software app.
Once known as the Mini 5, the Streak will be launching first in Europe with O2 Telefonica, and then … Read more Read more
I wasn't aware of this, but it seems
Dell has quite the reputation in the medical world, with its software aiding doctors, nurses and other medical practitioners with staying up-to-date with patients' medical records. They purchased Perot Systems for $3.9 billion last year, gaining the company's technology and reputation ein this area.
We've all heard the
stories of doctors using iPhones, but with the Streak Dell aims to fight back, giving the tablet to doctors to test later this year. The dual cameras will supposedly be useful for recording the patient's progress, and via the app they can update their electronic medical records. [ Reuters] Playing doctor and nurse used to be so affordable as a kid. Nowadays, you need to fork out $69.99… Read more Read more