Doctors Without Wires (InformationWeek)

Interesting article at InformationWeek about real-world uses that ultraportable laptops/convertibles can have (in this case, the medical field):

Things changed last year when Doppelt got a wireless Toshiba M200 tablet PC running Dragon NaturallySpeaking Medical voice-recognition software from Nuance Communications Inc., an app he bought for less than $1,000. Now his dictation is electronically transcribed immediately as text. Doppelt can store those reports in patients’ electronic medical records

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