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Computex 2011: Arbor M1857
Photo: Company [Jun 2, 2011]

Arbor's latest medical terminal M1857 focuses on patient care application. With built-in low power consumption Intel Atom N270 processor, fanless and seamless design, M1857 meets IP54 grade (IP65 for front panel), which makes it a solution for hospitals and clinics.

M1857 also features an entertainment and information terminal for patients during their stay in hospital. It features an 18-inch touch screen, self-defined function keys and abundant expansions.

M1857 has received the Computex 2011 Best Choice Ward in the IPC & Embedded Product category.

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