Panasonic (News - Alert) Toughbook mobile computers are designed to tolerate drops, spills, dust and grime, therefore being able to perform in the harshest environments. Toughbook computers keep winning over the world's toughest users because such elements as rugged reliability, low cost of ownership and accolades from reviewers.
Recently, the company introduced the Toughbook C2, a semi-rugged convertible tablet PC. Optimized for the new Microsoft (News - Alert) Windows 8 Pro operating system, this is Panasonic’s first Toughbook model that offers the above mentioned features.
Equipped with a third-generation Intel (News - Alert) Core processor, this new product offers approximately 11 hours of battery life. Apart from that it also provides reliability that is has made the Toughbook brand what it is today.
The Toughbook C2 will provide the performance and dependability required to drive improved productivity. The features offered in this new model are ideal for highly mobile workers in markets like healthcare, education and field sales and also the IT departments that support them, the company has stated.
“The way we use technology on the job is evolving – today’s mobile professional demands flexibility and durability in addition to power and full functionality,” said Kyp Walls, director of product management, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. “We engineered the Toughbook C2 to go where our customers go and to do whatever they need it to do, without the concerns that are inherent with a less reliable notebook or tablet.”
Recently, the company introduced the next generation of its business-rugged notebook PC line, the Toughbook SX2. Designed for today’s highly mobile workforce working in different environments outdoors, the new Toughbook SX2 enhances its line of rugged notebooks. Both the lid and base of the notebook have the ability to withstand more than 220 lbs (100 kgf) of pressure. Toughbook SX2 also features LCD mounting protection.
Edited by Allison Boccamazzo