Panasonic Rugged ToughBook Tablet:
Being rough and tough is basically the latest creed of Panasonic by announcing its Toughbook tablet. In its official announcement, they revealed plans to offer Android tablet before this year would end.
Apparently, Panasonic’s Toughbook tablet will target a wide variety of consumers that includes government detectives, mobile field forces, IT managers and CFOs.
According to Rance Poehler, the President of Panasonic Solutions Company, the current devices are gearing towards profitable sales as enterprise customers are getting interested with tablets. However, the only frustrating point is the lack of appropriate solutions. Thus, Panasonic designed a device that is secured at the hardware level.
In view of this, Panasonic offers a total functionality of Toughbook tablet. Compared to current tablets, the Toughbook will come in non-glossy screens in for it to be more readable in outside use. It will also include high brightness, active stylus and a 10.1″ XGA multi-touch display.
Moreover, at the InfoComm booth in Orlando which was ran by Panasonic last Friday (June 17, 2011). The Toughbook tablet shows off with features like satellite-based GPS, a full-shift battery life and an embedded mobile broadband connectivity in 3G or 4G.
Add to that is the Toughbook’s quick and easy access to applications, of which this apps will be used for further enhancement of customer service, response time and delivering results in times of critical field decisions.
One interesting note for Panasonic’s Toughbook Tablet is its easy update via social media channels like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr and Toughbloggers.com
So, for those who want to make pre-orders for Panasonic’s Toughbook tablet, you can visit panasonic.com.