Panasonic's Toughbook brand is invading the tablet market, purporting to be the most durable device in the environment
Work-class tablet? : After years in which series Toughbook computers Was one of the leading and most famous In the hard-disk market (Or "durable" if you will), Panasonic plans to expand its offerings to the tablet market - In the hope that the combination of the typical rigidity of the Toughbook series and the growing popularity of the various tablet devices will be the ideal combination for professionals, professionals army, Those responsible for enforcing the law, and more.
Surprisingly simply called the Toughbook Tablet, the tablet will offer a 10.1-inch screen with a resolution of 1024 × 768 with a "matte" finish (as opposed to a glossy finish common in most devices today) that should make it more effective when used under direct sunlight. battery Hold a "full shift", or about 8 hours, stylus support, optional third-generation or fourth-generation connectivity support, navigation GPS Moreover, when all of these are inside a particularly hard shell that is supposed to withstand all sorts of different and weird abuses - the kind that "regular" tablets would succumb to in a flash.
The Toughbook will be based on an operating system Android. The company does not specify which version it will be, although the image released shows an interface similar to the 2x versions of the operating system, and less to the Honeycomb versions of the tablets. This is all for appearances only, of course, and can change in the final version of the instrument.
|The impressive amount of screws on the back of the machine does not leave||Place to provide - this is a tablet for professionals only|
The durability of the tablet may make it an ideal device for different professionals, but Panasonic is also aiming at the enterprise market with promises for the interface and business features and capabilities Security Advanced that will be integrated into the hardware of the device, along with functionality that is suitable for everyday use "in real life".
In this way, the Panasonic brand joins a number of other famous and veteran brands that are trying their luck in the bursting tablet market, among them The 'Eee' of Asus, Lenovo's Thinkpad, The Latitude Of Dell and more. Is relying on a familiar and popular name to bring success and prominence in this busy market?
Panasonic is in no hurry to talk about the exact price or date of availability of the device, as well as the exact hardware components it will offer, and make do with the statement that the Toughbook Tablet is due to arrive in the fourth quarter of this year. What hardware will the tough tablet offer? What are the same capabilities Security And the unique organizational features that Panasonic is talking about? We're definitely interested in finding out more about this intriguing device.