Panasonic Revealed First Enterprise-Class Android Tablet Called Toughbook
Panasonic recently announced its first Android device called the Toughbook. The Tablet features a 10.1-inch matte-finish display screen and Active Stylus for capturing signatures. Check out the features of the Panasonic Toughbook Tablet after the jump.
Features of Panasonic Toughbook:
- A 10.1-inch matte-finish display
- Daylight viewable Screen
- 1024 x 786 Pixels Resolution
- Active Stylus for capturing signatures
- Security embedded at the “hardware level”
- “Full shift” battery life
- GPS capability
- Wi-Fi with optional embedded 3G/4G connectivity
- Durable construction
The operating system of the Toughbook is not revealed officially by Panasonic but a press-shot suggests that the tablet running a version of Android 2.x OS. Also the Processor, RAM, and storage capacity are not announced so far. Panasonic Toughbook is an enterprise-class device, not a consumer model, so do not be expecting this thing to set any benchmark records.
Panasonic’s Toughbook streak is recognized for their durability and business-friendly features, not bleeding edge tech. It’s still amazing that Android is penetrating into the business sector as well. Pricing and Availability of Panasonic Toughbook are not thus far exposed.