The Panasonic Toughbook CF-W7 manages to be lightweight and awkwardly bulky, but this rugged ultraportable offers excellent protection for business travelers who are extra rough on their systems.
If you need a laptop that can withstand a lot of abuse without spending a fortune on an all-out fully rugged model, the Panasonic Toughbook CF-52 offers ample peace of mind plus the latest Centrino Duo components.
Panasonic's latest Toughbook iteration adds Intel Core i3 and i5 processors and optional ATI HD graphics to go with its extreme armored casing.
Panasonic announces its plans to release a durable 10-inch Android tablet in Q4 of 2011, aimed at commercial and government use.
You've just dropped your new tablet. Time slows as hundreds of quids-worth of consumer tech plunges to its floor-related doom. Unless it's a Pansonic Toughbook tablet, that is.
Equipped with a Core i5 processor and weighing only 3.2 pounds, Panasonic's thin and tough tablet laptop is about as small as they come.
A smaller screen size and a lighter weight plus new Intel processors equals Panasonic's latest update to their semi-rugged laptop.
The Panasonic ToughBook 74 boasts unique durability features and a fantastic warranty, but its high price and bulky dimensions make it a good buy only if your job necessitates extreme working environments. It'll take more than the fear of a spilled cup of coffee to justify the premium and the added heft.
The ToughBook W4 lacks the latest component options, but it does offer a remarkably lightweight case and solid performance for basic home and business use.
Rugged, expensive, and able to switch carriers, the Windows 7 Atom processor-powered Toughbook H1 Field is a hardcore weatherproof tablet.