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Panasonic unveils Android Toughbook slate for Q4

Friday, June 17, 2011

You know how slates always look very neat, fancy and fragile like the very slim Apple iPad 2 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 for instance? Well, there are already enough of those in the market targeted at normal consumers like you and me, Panasonic has recently announced its plan to unveil the Panasonic Toughbook tablet targeted at delivering enterprise-grade android tablet that is equipped with enterprise-scale security, functionality and durability for government and commercial mobility.

Sure, I mean, you can very download apps for your iOS or Android tablet devices, but that isn't enough for the government and commercial enterprises. The Toughbook will be equipped with purpose-built solutions that will appeal to a wide variety of users including mission critical government personnel.

As for the hardware, on top of a 10.1" display that will be still be visible under the bright sunlight, satellite-based GPS, full-shift battery life and optional 3G/4G connectivity, it will also come with the durability, ruggedness and reliability that will work even under the most extreme environment as boasted by the company's Toughbook brand.

The device is currently being showin at the Panasonic's InfoComm booth in Orlando. Unfortunately though, I don't think when the device that is scheduled to be released in the fourth quarter of this year will ever reach our market.

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