Tablet PCs so far have been showcased as the most elegant, tenderly devices that’s meant for smooth handling. You may have to reconsider your thoughts with Panasonic’s new release- the Toughbook Tablet. Specially designed with more protection to withstand the real life reliability, the device is set for release during the fourth quarter of 2011.
Panasonic has built the Toughbook to be functional for business environments and comes with an enterprise quality loaded with Google’s Android OS (not sure of the version). Also the device is said to perform critical tasks more securely and operates at the need of the user. Calling the device a tough guy, we may not expect a glossy look, instead it has a bright screen that’s viewable even in day light, which is an issue with other Tablets released so far. Also it has a large 10.1inch XGA multi touch, stylus friendly screen. All of these features help Toughbook to suit even for field services and rugged environments.
Security for the Toughbook is embedded at the hardware level to ensure greater protection and durability. Moreover, the device also features a powerful battery backup, satellite based GPS, optional 3G/4G connectivity and professionally graded accessories.
Panasonic hasn’t yet confirmed on the price or release date, however it seems like a device that users might show interests upon, if it performs better at prices lower than other Tablets in the market.