HAT Collective Healthcare is introducing the Tango Cart. Tango is designed to optimize the point-of-care (POC) experience and support the essential technology and mobility needs of today’s healthcare provider. Like the perfect dance partner, Tango is reliable and easy to work with, making it an ideal product solution for a variety of healthcare environments.

Tango is available in three configurations to support a healthcare provider’s preferred technology use. Two configurations come non-powered: The Tango Cart with Keyboard Tray and the Tango Cart Laptop. The third configuration – the Tango Cart with Keyboard Tray and Monitor Mount – comes powered and features a robust 450 watts of power and a lithium iron phosphate battery. The power system has a battery run time of up to 13 hours to easily meet most caregiver work shifts. It also offers approximately two hours of recharge time, a battery life lasting 3,000-plus cycles and comes equipped with a built-in three-AC outlet power strip.

With a small profile and easy-grip handles perfectly positioned for optimal access, Tango can be easily moved in and out of position as needed. Mobility is further achieved through 4-inch double caster wheels, two of which can be locked. The simple, pneumatic gas spring lift-assist offers effortless adjustment for sitting or standing. Tango’s generous worksurface area of 20”w x 12”d can be easily cleaned between shifts.

Tango offers multiple accessory add-on options. This includes the ability to add baskets, bins, a universal CPU holder and a track for integrated cable management. Competitively priced, Tango is in stock and ready to ship at 95 percent fully assembled. All three Tango Cart configurations are supported with a three-year warranty for the mechanical parts. The powered Tango Cart  with Keyboard Tray and Monitor Mount comes with a two-year warranty for the power charger and battery.

Hospital and healthcare system IT executives, nursing staff managers and others responsible for purchasing technology-related support products can learn more at Tango Cart and HAT Collective Healthcare.