For those who have purchased tablets that are not not making the grade or if you just want the option to upgrade, here’s the opportunity to trade in your old tablet for a $1000 credit and get a mounting solution for the Tablet PC as well.
The page states that you do need to be a current owner of an older Toughbook Tablet PC. BD
Panasonic has announced an incentive program allowing healthcare organizations to trade-in mobile clinical assistant (MCA) devices that are not meeting their needs for $1000 off the purchase of a new Panasonic Toughbook H1 MCA. In a separate offer, Panasonic is also offering a free Universal Mounting Solution with the purchase of a Toughbook H1. The H1 has redefined the MCA category by addressing many deficiencies of early devices. The rugged H1 offers six hour battery life, dual hot–swappable batteries, standard daylight viewable screen and integrated Gobi technology in a sealed and easily-sanitized package.
“Think of this as a ‘Cash for Clunkers’ program designed for the mobile healthcare technology market,” said Greg Davidson, healthcare senior business development manager, Panasonic Computer Solutions Company. “Healthcare organizations are excited about MCA technology, but have told us they are disappointed with some of the initial products because they did not meet the needs of the market from an ergonomics and durability standpoint. The Toughbook H1 goes beyond the base level specs needed to be considered an MCA device, which is why it looks and performs differently from others on the market. Healthcare organizations immediately noticed the benefits of our device because it was designed with their involvement. This program makes the transition to the Toughbook H1 a much more attractive proposition.”