HP unveils a mobile device that can help people get a more accurate diagnosis of brain cancer and help with social media sharing
HP announced it is releasing a device called the HP Labs, which is meant to help with the diagnosis and sharing of information about the disease.
The company claims the device can identify and share the “toxins” of the disease in just a few seconds using a camera on the device.
“This device enables you to share information in a fast and easy way that enables you and your family to make more informed and compassionate decisions,” said HP President and CEO Meg Whitman in a blog post.
“This device can also serve as a valuable tool for patients to share their health information with family and friends, who can make informed health care decisions for their patients, too.”
Whitman said the device was developed to help patients understand their disease and how it’s progressing.
It also can provide the ability to share data about the patient’s symptoms, including how the disease is progressing, to other family members and friends.
The device will be available in two variants, the HP Lab Plus and HP Lab.
The Plus variant will be able to receive up to 40 images and videos per minute.
The Lab Plus variant is limited to 50 images and will only be able receive up for 20 videos per second.
The HP Labs are also meant to be useful for people who are not aware of the importance of sharing health information, such as people who have a chronic illness or someone with dementia.
The HP Labs can be used by patients who do not know that they have the disease and want to share health information to others.
The lab will also allow doctors to see more detailed images and video about the patients symptoms.
The lab will allow the doctor to identify the “top 10” or “top 15” of patients symptoms, and it will also provide patients with more information about their conditions, such a risk factors, treatments and medical treatments.HP Labs are expected to be available later this year.