Panasonic Toughbook most powerful fully-rugged laptop.

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Panasonic Toughbook 31 is bestowed with rugged certifications beyond MIL-STD-810G and IP65. The laptop is ideal for customers to gain enhanced data access and productivity in extreme conditions and environments. These include military personnel, first responders and field workers in energy, telecommunications and utilities.Though not exactly directly related, media slates and rugged tablets seem to have become somewhat intertwined.

After the tablet market finally got on its feet, interest in any sort of slates, convertible or otherwise, grew significantly. This gave companies like Panasonic, which already had a line of rugged convertible tablets on sale, an extra reason to ramp up R&D efforts in this field. This led to the creation of the Toughbook 31, as well as some upgrades to existing models.The Toughbook 19, a 10.4-inch convertible tablet, is the latest to receive some augmentation, this time in the form of a 2GHz Intel Core i5-540UM processor. It’s mounted in the same bomb-proof magnesium case that we know and love, enabling it to survive six-foot falls with ease. (Trust us, our ears are still ringing from the time we verified that pledge.)

The new toughbook 19 is shipping to battlefields and bomb shelters right now starting at $3,399.

“The rugged Toughbook 19 convertible tablet is a proven solution, validated by years of success in the field,” said Kyp Walls, director of product management, Panasonic Solutions Company. ”

With the new Intel processor, our users will benefit from the combination of great performance, easy remote access and security without sacrificing battery life while on the move. In addition, offering optional Gobi2000 and WiMAX will improve the mobile connectivity experience for our customers.”

resource :engadget

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