Panasonic recently announced the Toughbook 33, 2's latest 1 10 device with Windows XNUMX, and was created to withstand the most extreme conditions.
The new Toughbook has been developed from the very beginning to be as durable as possible, so it has a fully resilient magnesium alloy design that gave MIL-STD-810G and IP65 for all weather conditions. The device comes with a digital IP55 pen that works in all weather conditions, the company guarantees.
Chance to be used on construction sites, the new Panasonic has a 12 3 anti-glare screen with 2 dimension: 2160 with 1440 × XNUMX pixels.
In terms of performance, the Toughbook really comes with the best. There are two versions, namely an Intel Core i5-7300U vPro chip 2.6GHz (with optional i7 7600U) and an Intel Core i5-6300U vPro 2.4GHz (this time with i7-6600U optional). Both configurations work with Windows 10 Pro, but the latter can also be downgraded to Windows 7 Pro.
There is also up to 16GB memory RAM and maximum 256GB storage, with a battery that is supposed to deliver up to 20 hours of autonomy. However, Panasonic designed the dual-unit battery case, so it supports replacing batteries with flue gas switching.
There are many kinds of add-on features such as cameras, Windows Hello Face Recognition, Iris and Fingerprint Scanner, a range of accessories such as barcode scanners, and a detachable keypad sold separately.
All this is not cheap and the Toughbook will be released this month starting with 3.650 dollars. It goes without saying that the higher you are, the more you have to pay.