Benefits of the Panasonic Toughbooks

Panasonic claims that the Toughbook is designed for challenging environments such as field services, oil and gas, utilities, healthcare, transportation and logistics, public safety and defense, and insurance.

Toughbooks are extremely durable Panasonic Toughbooks are highly durable as they are designed to meet standards such as IP65, MIL-STD-461F and MIL-STD-810G. The 10.1-inch display on board Panasonic 2-in-1 features a 10.1-inch WUXGA display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. The brightness is 800 knit so that you can see it even in direct sunlight.

Panasonic devices powered by Intel Core processors include Intel Core m5-6Y57v Pro processors capable of reaching speeds of 2.8GHz. It has a 4MB cache and also has the benefits of Intel Turbo Boost technology.

 The device also has Intel HD Graphics 515. The panasonic toughbook runs on Windows 10. It also works with Windows 10 Pro or Windows 7 Professional. You have the right to downgrade from Windows 10 Pro.

 Storage is decent enough. Panasonic Toughbook has 128GB SSD storage capacity and can be upgraded to 256GB or 512GB. Apart from this, the device has 8GB of RAM.

There is a removable 2600mAh battery that powers the device. There is an optional bridge battery included in the Panasonic 2-in-1 that allows you to hot-swap the battery. In this way, the device may operate continuously.

The connectivity is immeasurable. The Panasonic toughbook has many ports and an optional keyboard dock to ensure maximum portability and flexibility. These include USB, SDXC, VGA, HDMI, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, Bluetooth, optional 4G LTE, dedicated GPS, and dual-pass antennas. Convenient Features Panasonic devices come with a glove-enabled touch screen and include a desktop docking station and vehicle mount to meet mobile computing requirements even in extreme situations.

There are countless opportunities to connect peripherals with expansion options.

On the keyboard

• 3x USB port

• SDXC card reader

• HDMI

• VGA

• 10/100/1000 Ethernet

• Serial port

• On tablet

• 1x USB (with optional second USB)

• Micro SDDXC

• HDMI

• 10/100/1000 Ethernet

• Headphone/speaker jack

• Micro-SIM card slot

The panasonic toughbook can control two additional external monitors. With all these options for connecting peripherals, it would not be easy to justify an optional docking station’s purchase.

Use in the field

What makes this computer good is in harsh environments. Both tablets and keyboards comply with the IP65 standard for protection against dust and water ingress. This means that it can be used for heavy rain, sand, and dust. The integrated handle makes the device ready to carry and stable, and the keyboard keys, which are 8% larger than previous generation devices, complete data entry easier.

Panasonic has done a great job of manufacturing tablets with high-sensitivity multi-touch screens. Unlike most tablets, this allows you to use a stylus with fine points (most tablets require a stylus of about 6 mm). This makes writing and annotations much more accurate.

To use the touch screen in the rain, your tablet must be in “touch/water” mode. There are tiny drops on the screen, so there is no performance issue. To solve this problem, shake the screen with water or turn off the screen and clean it by hand.

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