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Ian Pun

No, I can barely type even on an iPad touch screen and this is even smaller. The most functionality is the Macbook Pro. Tablet computers are good browsing "output" devices not "input" data entry devices. Dictating confidential patient histories on Siri , uploading to the cloud and back frightens me.

Dave Sellers

Agreed, they are great tools for browsing, but poor input tools. Staff (in a clinic setting) don't like to carry things, men have pockets, the ladies don't and will not clip things to their dress (ok, some wear scrubs and have pockets). What about infection control when they are carried from room to room.

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