Mobile Healthc Computing.com: “Dr. R. Dale Walker, from the Cherokee Tribe of Oklahoma, is a professor of Psychiatry, Public Health and Preventive Medicine as well as the director of the Center for American Indian Education and Research at Oregon Health and Science University and director of the One Sky Center.
… â€œWhen out in the field, you want to eliminate as many things that could go wrong as possible, and the J3500 Tablet PC does just that with its battery life, ruggedness, power and performance,â€ said Dr. Walker. â€œConsumer tablets just canâ€™t compute like the WindowsÂ®-based Motion Tablet PCs, and who wants to carry around multiple systems when you have everything you need in one device?â€
According to Dr. Walker, using the J3500 Tablet PC is just like taking notes on paper, but much more efficient. An hourâ€™s worth of notes can be converted to text and emailed out in just minutes. â€œThe ability to capture information, report back on my findings and share knowledge in near real time is an invaluable capability,â€ said Dr. Walker.
The tablet serves as a desktop replacement or portable library, helping Dr. Walker look up, verify or access educational tools on the fly, which proves extremely valuable considering the often remote locations of the communities. The access to information also reduces the amount of time spent on each subject, meaning more time to cover more topics. â€œItâ€™s giving them the gift of information,â€ said Dr. Walker.”
The article reads a bit like a propaganda piece from Motion Computing, but I agree with pretty much all the highlights. I’ve been a fan of the Motion J3500 for a while. I’ve written about it before and stand by my opion. The only negative to the device is the price tag. In this day of inexpensive consumer tablets it’s difficult to swallow the price tag, which is a staggering $2-3K. You get a lot for your money, but it’s still hard to swallow.