Latitude 10 Dell tablet takes on iPad's health care stranglehold

While the iPad might have mind share in health care, the Dell tablet runs native Windows software, adds biometric and smart card authentication.

Unseating the iPad as the king of the tablet hill would be a tough task. One contender could be a Dell tablet, the Latitude 10, unveiled in advance of HIMSS 2013. Not only does it run Windows software natively -- no lightweight Android or iOS "apps" -- but it also offers advanced encryption and two-factor hardware authentication (via fingerprint biometrics and a smart card bay), both tenets of the 2014 EHR certification standards for stage 2 meaningful use.

We sat down with Andrew Litt, M.D., Dell Healthcare chief medical officer, to talk about the new Dell tablet and why the company is sanguine this tablet will find its way into the hands of physicians and nurses.

Let us know what you think about the story; email Don Fluckinger, news director  or contact @DonFluckinger on Twitter.

This was first published in February 2013
This Content Component encountered an error

Pro+

Features

Enjoy the benefits of Pro+ membership, learn more and join.

-ADS BY GOOGLE

SearchCompliance

SearchCIO

SearchCloudComputing

SearchMobileComputing

SearchSecurity

SearchStorage

Close