"Panasonic CF-33 Toughbook can take a tumble"
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Mobile World Congress 2018
Panasonic CF-33 Toughbook can take a tumble
Need that a tablet that can take a brutal beating?
Then Panasonic may have just the tablet for you.
The CF33 is a really toughbook from the a company long cornered the market on rugged laptops.
As a two in one device you can use it just as a tablet or attach it to the keyboard for easier typing It's all wrapped in an uber durable skin, that can take plenty of bumps and bruises.
You can use the 12 inch touch screen if you're wearing gloves or even in the rain.
When joined, the tablet and keyboard weigh a bulky 6.1 pounds.
That will weigh down a shoulder pad, but the nifty holding handle makes it easy to take it on the go.
Windows 10 Pro is the default operating system, and there are plenty of ports like USB 3.0, HDMI, and ethernet to keep you connected.
In true Toughbook style, the ports are all covered by waterproof doors.
A rugged laptop light that Toughbook CF33 is overkill if you're worried about coffee spills.
Panasonic says it's targeted at police, emergency services, defense, and other people that need to work in hazardous conditions.
It'll be landing first in the UK by the second quarter of this year.
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