This infographic shows 5 Zebra Technologies healthcare hardware devices used specifically in the healthcare industry. The first device is the Zebra HC100 Wristband Printer. This is the only printer specifically designed for wristband printing which is very important in the healthcare industry. It includes and east to load media cartridge and has a 51 mm per second maximum print speed. The next device is the DS6878-HC Scanner. This device is designed for in-room computers or workstations on wheels (WOW). It can withstand constant disinfecting and multiple 6ft. drops to concrete. Mobile devices such as the TC75 Touch Computer are cutting-edge mobile computer with fast data access. This healthcare hardware has maximum data entry flexibility with an industry-leading dual mode touch panel. This device meets and exceeds IEC tumble specifications. The ZT200 Series Industrial Printer healthcare technology has a very compact footprint to fit in places where space is at a premium. This hardware solution has a print resolution of 203 dpi, great battery life and a maximum print speed of 152 mm per second. Finally, the RFD8500 Handheld RFID Sled turns almost any mobile computer into a handheld RFID reader. This device has high-performance battery life and tag capture along with the ability to withstand 6ft drops to concrete. This healthcare technology is shaping the future of healthcare and providing health information for better patient care.

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