When it comes to talking about the technological brand, Panasonic comes first that is beating the marketing strategy by inventing a sustainable and durable product than any others in the marketplace and pride itself in leading the tech world. Nowadays, advancement in science and high-tech field demands new and everlasting stock for their customers across the world. Unfortunately, bombastically increasing number of companies often confused people and thus they cannot distinguish between the counterfeits and original brand product but in term of Panasonic vision, you will not only get what you deserve but their applications and software will further assist you to get the best variety within an affordable range. The Panasonic TOUGHBOOK CF 33 in UAE is flexible, easy to handle, and rugged enough for the most challenging conditions. It’s as adaptable as your job demands it to be. A distinctive differentiator from competitors, Panasonic cooperates with customers to upgrade the definition of their projects from a technical perspective, and then introduce CF 33 for their clients. People that are using CF 33 are already up and running with Toughbook CF-33s, and they are experiencing the benefits of new technology today.
The dissimilar specification and features of CF 33 make this product entirely different from other Toughbook’s, CF 33 also known as Panasonic Military Laptop, From a lighter 12″ detachable screen with infrared camera for Windows Hello support, to hot-swappable twin batteries and a choice of keyboards—TOUGHBOOK 33 is built for maximum mobility.
With standard pair batteries installed, the tablet/keyboard combo weighs 2.76kg (6.1lb), while the detached tablet weighs 1.53kg (3.4lb) — a testament to just how much ruggedness has been built into this 2-in-1 system. The magnesium chassis is very solid, and both the keyboard and screen sections have all-round rubberized edge protection. Panasonic says the Toughbook CF-33 will withstand drops from 120cm (4 feet), complies with MIL-STD-810G and MIL-STD-461F, and is IP65-certified for dust and water resistance. CF 33 has two power connectors, one on the tablet and one on the base, which independently charge hot-swappable batteries housed in each section. Between them, the pair of standard 1,990mAh batteries deliver 10 hours of life, according to Panasonic.
The weight is fairly evenly distributed between tablet and base, and even extremely vigorous prodding of the touchscreen didn’t cause the whole unit to topple backward. This is a big plus point: you will find that 2-in-1 systems are unbalanced, with more weight in the tablet than the base. Using the Toughbook CF-33 for mainstream productivity workloads during the test period, I found that the standard battery configuration would deliver a full working day of use.
The tablet section carries USB 3.0, MicroSD, full-size HDMI, Ethernet, and 3.5mm audio in/out. The keyboard section has a further two USB 3.0 ports, an SD card reader, full-sized HDMI, Ethernet and two blasts from the past — a VGA port and a serial port.
The tablet also has a couple of programmable buttons on the front, plus an 8-megapixel rear camera and a 1080p front-facing camera.