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Encased in a fantastically rugged durable casing, the Panasonic CF-33 Toughbook is a detachable hybrid with a convenient carrying handle.
The Panasonic CF-33 is far from a slim notebook, but there's a reason for that. The tough skin means it can take more than a a few blows or coffee spills.
As a 2-in-1 device, you can detach the tablet portion from the keyboard.
The 12-inch touchscreen on the tablet portion has a 2,160x1,440-pixel resolution. Panasonic says it will work when you're wearing gloves, or even in the rain.
When the tablet and keyboard are attached, the CF-33 weighs a beefy 6.1-pounds (2.77kg). But the convenient handle gives you another way to take it on the go.
The raised keys feel comfortable to use, and there's plenty of space to type.
A touchpad is just below the keyboard.
When you're using the CF-33 as a tablet, there are a series of controls just below the display.
The CF-33 has an 8-megapixel camera on its rear side plus a 2-megapixel webcam with stereo microphones.
One look at the rear side of the CF-33 and it's clear that it can take a beating.
The tablet portion has a IP55 digitizer pen that fits neatly in a slot on the side.
Both the tablet and keyboard have plenty of ports, all of which are covered by waterproof covers.
Among the cables you'll be able to connect are HDMI, LAN, VGA and 3.5mm audio. There's also a slot for memory cards.
The CF-33 also has ports for both USB 3.0 and 2.0 cables.
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