Panasonic unveils Android-powered Toughbook tablet

Panasonic unveils Android-powered Toughbook tablet

Panasonic is extending its Toughbook brand to the Android tablet market. At the InfoComm in Orlando, Florida – the Japanese company unveiled first such product to “address a current gap by delivering a product designed with security, functionality and real-world reliability in mind.”

The “typical for Toughbook” rugged device rocks a 10.1-inch XGA high-brightness display which is said to be easily readable in outdoor environments and perfect for markets like field service, home healthcare and public safety. Moreover, GPS is also on board, as well as Wi-Fi and optional embedded 3G/4G mobile broadband connectivity. We’re hoping Honeycomb is running the show though unfortunately don’t have that confirmed. Also no information on availability date and pricing. Hopefully we won’t have to wait for too long to learn an additional thing or two about the Toughbook tablet. In the meantime, we have a short and somewhat ugly demo video to show you. Here comes…

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    I am always attracts with Android devices. The Panasonic tablet is looking smarter device. Panasonic is now trying luck with jumped in tablet computers area.

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