While we have seen the Streak 5 as well as the iPad being pushed or adapted for use in the medical realm, here comes a tablet that seems to have been built exclusively for use in the medical scene. Its is the Dbrain which is all the work of the Portuguese designer Catia Caeiro. And it looks to be named just right for its intended role too though there sure will be a lot more applications of the Dbrain once it enters markets rather than being confined to just hospitals or other medical service points.
Anyways, the tablet seems to be quite a looker and can well be termed an exquisite piece of art. Tipping the scales at just 400 gms and an overall thickness of just 1.2 cms, the tablet includes a keyboard that again is completely detachable from the main unit. The Dbrain scores on versatility as together with the keyboard, the tablet can well turn out into a desktop unit, complete with a fold out stand at the back of the display that allows it to stand on its own like a picture frame and without any external support. Even the power charger too has gained from the innovative push, as it has been designed to coil in the power cable within itself instead of dangling outside and mess things up.
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