Tablets are an ever-increasing presence in a number of application areas, including the medical space. Google has aggressively gone after the mobile device market, including partnering with ASUS to launch the Google Nexus 7. In 2012 Apple launched the iPad Mini, competing head-to-head with the Nexus 7. This teardown compares the two popular products, providing insight into the design process. We have also performed teardowns on dozens of tablets, learn more here.
About the speaker
William (Bill) Betten, Medical Technology Director
Bill is responsible for Business Development activities associated with Intellectual Property assessment and management, Business and Technical Intelligence, and Technology direction for the Medical Devices product area. Prior to joining TechInsights, Bill served most recently as VP of Engineering at Nonin Medical. His previous experience in medical products includes hearing aids, teleradiology, perfusion systems, medical imaging, and PACS. He has held various positions with executive and management responsibility in a number of technical fields at firms including 3M, Teradyne, Plasmon, Datacard, and Honeywell. Mr. Betten serves on the Editorial Advisory Board for various medical industry publications, on the board for the Pediatric Medical Device Consortium, and on Industry Advisory Boards for St. Thomas University (St. Paul), Minnesota State University (Mankato), and the MN Center for Engineering and Manufacturing Excellence. He holds BS Physics, BSEE, and MSEE degrees. Bill is active in professional associations such as the IEEE, Life Science Alley, and the Minnesota High Tech Association.