Previously I wrote a post about some glaringly clumsy design flaws I found on the Intel Health Guide – a product which is currently being bought by home care buyers in the UK and Ireland.
Interested in posting about an alternative that could do at least as much after a visit to the Inbrics stand I’m pretty sure you’re looking at it:
Not only does Inbrics Identity HomeStation device run on Android (so it’s easier to develop for and you can also leverage a huge network of open source developers) but it’s much more like something I’d want in the centre of my home and I think seniors across the country would quickly learn to love the scrolling news, internet radio, multiplayer online games, outside weather information, photo, video and music albums, all this and a free internet phone chucked in!
This blog post is part of a series of mHealth reviews from the Mobile World Congress 2010. Click here to get the full review.