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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.

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As a 2-in-1 device, you can detach the tablet portion from the keyboard.

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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.

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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.

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The raised keys feel comfortable to use, and there's plenty of space to type.

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A touchpad is just below the keyboard.

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When you're using the CF-33 as a tablet, there are a series of controls just below the display.

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The CF-33 has an 8-megapixel camera on its rear side plus a 2-megapixel webcam with stereo microphones.

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One look at the rear side of the CF-33 and it's clear that it can take a beating.

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The tablet portion has a IP55 digitizer pen that fits neatly in a slot on the side.

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Both the tablet and keyboard have plenty of ports, all of which are covered by waterproof covers.

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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.

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The CF-33 also has ports for both USB 3.0 and 2.0 cables.

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