The secret is out: The Honeywell Dolphin 70e Black mobile computer is perfect for healthcare professionals who are tired of working inefficiently.
A hybrid mobile device, the Dolphin 70e looks like a consumer-grade smartphone. Yet its rugged design allows for much more demanding applications. And, workers won’t have to juggle a phone, pager, scanner, and other devices anymore.
One device is all you need
Nurses and doctors can carry the power of an enterprise computing device in their pockets, whether in the emergency room or an office setting. At their fingertips are communications, scanning, and computing capabilities.
“Honeywell has decades of experience in rugged design manufacturing, and we are proud to introduce the AIDC industry’s newest rugged hybrid device,” said John Waldron, president of Honeywell Scanning & Mobility.
The Dolphin 70e Black healthcare mobile computer includes many features that improve enterprise productivity, security, and durability, such as:
- IP67 rating allowing for submersion in water and completely dust-proof
- Enterprise-class area-imaging scanner
- Large 4.3-inch capacitive touch display that can be viewed in direct sunlight and virtually all other lighting conditions, and featuring extra-tough Corning Gorilla Glass
- Up to 12 hours of battery life with a user-replaceable battery
- At 7 ounces and around ¾ inches thick, lightweight and compact enough to fit in a worker’s pocket
- Choice of Windows or Android operating system
- Connectivity via Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or cellular network for real-time access to networks and data
Built with healthcare pros in mind
Best of all, the device behaves in a way similar to smartphones and tablets with which most consumers are already familiar. The Dolphin Black 70e is intuitive and easy to use, and in a healthcare environment it provides an ideal solution for:
- Conducting admissions and releases, when data can be quickly and easily entered and processed for individual patients
- Scanning wristbands and other barcoded records, helping ensure that patients receive correct medications and undergo the right procedures
- Taking photos of patients and associating them with patient records, which further guarantees the correct patient receives accurate treatment
- Keeping doctors, nurses, admissions professionals, and others in immediate touch with colleagues, whether via voice communication, e-mail, or text
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