The Siemens Acuson P50 ultrasound scanner is powered by an Apple MacBook Pro , Apple MacBook laptop with 2 GB RAM, a 160 GB hard disk and a 2.0GHz Intel Dual-Core Pentium M processor. It's intended for cardiac and vascular applications.
Apparently they've placed an order at the Royal London.
It can be connected to the internet and function as a normal Mac laptop, and I guess you could install Osirix on it and use it as a DICOM workstation.
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