Thursday, 1 Oct 2020
An Android tablet designed and built for mobile users working in challenging work environments - Panasonic Toughbook A3
Thursday, 21 Nov 2019
Swapping the modules can be done on the fly and in a matter of only a few minutes! Here's a closer look at a one-of-a-kind modern Toughbook.
Thursday, 21 Nov 2019
The new Panasonic Toughbook packs all its modular goodness into its magnesium alloy chassis with built-in handle. Now updated with local model details!
Tuesday, 28 Jul 2015
Panasonic has been making Toughbooks for the past two or so decades. The company's rugged notebooks are amongst the best in the business and they have just released two new models that you can comfortably take from the office to the outside without the bulk and heft that you usually associate with such products.
Panasonic reduces customization and servicing times for Toughbooks with new configuration center in MalaysiaTuesday, 28 Jul 2015
In order to better serve the needs of customers in the Southeast Asia, Panasonic has opened a new configuration center in Malaysia for its rugged Toughbooks.
Wednesday, 3 Dec 2014
Panasonic have been producing ruggedized notebooks for specialized industries such as law enforcement since 1996 and are undoubtedly the market leader, but can the Toughbook weather the global PC crunch?
Friday, 24 Jan 2014 in Notebooks
The CF-LX3 is Panasonic's latest 'business rugged' toughbook, and is shock-resistant and drop-resistant for falls of up to 76cm. The 14-inch notebook is also incredibly light, at just 1.2kg for the 3-cell battery model. Despite this, it's not actually an Ultrabook - but will that hold it back from competing with other enterprise Ultrabooks? We find out.
Tuesday, 21 Jan 2014 in Notebooks
Panasonic's latest 14-inch enterprise toughbook is armed with an Intel Core i5 vPro processor with an optional built-in optical drive and weighs just 1.29kg. The notebook is drop resistant up to a height of 76cm.
Thursday, 11 Jul 2013
Water resistant or waterproof? Resistance suggests some kind of marginal impedance. Waterproof? Now that's a word with confidence. So why isn't Panasonic's Toughbook division worried about the rapid emergence of waterproof consumer devices like the Sony Xperia Tablet Z and Fujitsu Stylistic QH582? We find out.