Tough, Tough, Panasonic Toughpad

Toughpad FZ-A1 from Panasonic is a special hard bone and immune to water, falls & co. The equipment of the honeycomb tablets is also nothing to sneeze at, especially the display has an important feature.

So, the readability of the Panasonic Toughpad FZ-A1 in direct sunlight with a luminance of 500 candelas per square meter and anti-glare coating multiples should be better than at other tablets. Resolves the 10-inch screen with 1024 × 768 pixels, here other tablets like the Galaxy tab have more to offer 10.1 (1280 x 800). Inside works a 1.2 GHz dual core processor, supported by a large amounts of RAM 1 GB. The internal memory is 16 GB, via MiniSD he can be expanded to 32 GB. The Toughpad has two

cameras, with 2 MP (front camera) and education wise 5 MP resolve (rear camera). A digitizer field allows you to capture the input of a batteryless pen which is included and requires no battery. Thus, you can also sign on the Toughpad. 3.2 honeycomb OS runs Google Android, yet nothing is known of an ice cream sandwich-update. On the Toughpad are lots of business tools like software encryption, root protection, anti virus, trusted boat and VPN. A another safety feature is the Kensington lock slot, you need to buy a corresponding cable but one at that.Accessories there to buy among other things also a mount and carry strap. The battery should last up to ten hours. Connection standards are GPS, Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth v2. 1 on board, there’s MiniSD, MiniUSB and MiniHDMI, and the possibility to use the Tablet as a modem. UMTS and 4 G / LTE are optional features.

Protected against wind and weather

However, the real peculiarity of the tablets is its outdoor suitability. Panasonic dropped to announce in the press release, that is the Toughpad specifically on “Field staff working in difficult environments, such as the aviation, construction, field service and public safety” is. The device corresponds to the military standard MIL-STD-810 G and should withstand falls from up to 1.20 m height. It is also protected against water and dust to IP65 standard. Icy or tropical temparatures are also no problem between-10 and + 50 degrees to work the Toughpad. What else holds the Toughpad, you can see in the below promo video. The robustness is reflected also on the exterior: the tablet with magnesium alloy case and Elastoplast frame brings rich 970 grams and is 17 mm thick. Also requires the almost Unkaputtbarkeit his price: €850 NET (MSRP), €999 NET (MSRP) with UMTS you must shell out for the Toughpad. A treat is still the manufacturer’s guarantee: this standard is for the Toughpad three years. The device should appear in the spring of 2012, in the autumn of 2012 then the FZ-B1, a 7-inch Toughpad, follow.