Looking for a “clinical grade” tablet computer? Get this special HIMSS14 deal on Surface Pro 2

Bill Crounse 2007 05Like so many of my readers, I’ll be hanging at the HIMSS meeting this week in Orlando. In fact, I’m winging my way there as I write this at 35,000 feet. I think half the people on the plane are on the same mission. When they announced early boarding for people traveling with children not a single family could be seen moving to the front of the line. It is pretty evident this flight is all business.

If I can find the time between speaking engagements and customer meetings, I hope to be able to do a few posts from HIMSS. Of course, I know how it goes and having time to write anything meaningful may have to wait until later in the week. None-the-less, there is something I wanted to be sure to post as HIMSS gets underway. If you are shopping for a “clinical grade” tablet computer, our Surface team has a special deal to offer during HIMSS. 

WIN13_SurfacePro2_07I’ve been using a Surface Pro 1 since the devices became available last year. I recently upgraded to a Surface Pro 2. In fact, I’m writing this post using my new Surface. It is adorned with a beautiful cyan type cover with backlit keyboard. Whether docked at the office connecting to multiple large screen monitors, or in my briefcase as my trusty travel companion, my Surface Pro 2 has become my one and only machine for both business and pleasure.

Whether you are a clinician or not, be sure to consider Surface if you are in the market for a tablet. Of course, there are lots of great machines to choose from these days. So take a good look at all of them. And if you decide as I did that a Surface Pro 2 is your favorite device, don’t miss out on this offer while it lasts.


If you are at HIMSS, please stop by our booth (#4749) and say “hello”. We’ll be looking for you.

Bill Crounse, MD Senior Director, Worldwide Health Microsoft

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