Panasonic touts two Toughbook tablets

Updated Jul 15, 2011

Panasonic Toughbook

Panasonic’s ruggedized Android-based Toughbook tablet includes a high-brightness daylight-viewable screen so that mobile workers can see critical data and operate the device regardless of lighting conditions, while an active stylus allows mobile workers to capture signatures on the device’s 10.1-inch XGA multitouch display. The tablet also offers the durability and ingress protection provided by previous Toughbook models.

Panasonic’s Toughbook H2 is a fully-rugged ergonomic handheld Windows tablet PC designed to offer mobility, performance and connectivity for field service workers, supply chain logistics personnel, clinicians and other professionals. The next-generation tablet is designed with an enhanced processor, increased RAM and hard drive capacity, I/O ports and a screen that delivers added viewability in all lighting conditions through the use of Panasonic’s TransflectivePlus technology. Optional integrated features include barcode and RFID readers, a camera and a GPS receiver to enhance worker productivity and minimize the number of devices used in the field.