New Datalux medical computers announced

WINCHESTER, Va. – Datalux Corporation introduces two new 24-inch medical all-in-one computers - the Datalux IPIX LT24 and the Datalux Alpha AC24.

The IPIX LT24 is the thinnest medical all-in-one computer on the market and is fully certified to IEC60601-1. The Alpha AC24 is an enterprise grade all-in-one computer featuring cleanable edge-to-edge glass and a lower price point. Both have full HD screens with multi-touch, to meet the size and resolutions requirements from health data vendors Epic, Cerner and others. 

The Datalux IPIX LT24 has a profile of 1.3 inches to allow mounting virtually anywhere in healthcare facilities. Designed for point-of-care and sterile environments, the Datalux IPIX LT24 has an antimicrobial coating and a sealed screen that can be safely disinfected. Powered by a fourth generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor that runs Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows 10 Professional, the unit handles the most demanding applications with ease. A medically rated, low leakage power supply is available to allow use with medical equipment in close proximity to patients.

For applications that require a durable all-in-one that is both space and cost efficient, Datalux offers the Alpha AC24. This enterprise grade all-in-one is ideally suited for applications that need a large, cleanable screen, but not full medical certification. It features edge-to-edge glass that allows the entire front surface to be sprayed and disinfected. It can be configured with an Intel Core i3, Core i5, or Core i7 processor. A medically rated, low leakage power supply is also available for the Datalux AC24.

Both computers are serviced in the USA and backed by Datalux’s standard three-year warranty. Custom image deployment and installation services are also available.

Founded in 1990, Datalux designs, manufactures and integrates specialized computing products for demanding environments. Headquartered in Winchester, Virginia, Datalux developed the first all-in-one computer for hospital use. For more information about the company’s medical computing products, visit