I'd like to take this opportunity to introduce another innovation by Panasonic; the world's thinnest and lightest rugged Toughpad, the M1.
And this device runs Windows, the latest Intel processor and allow options like GPS, 4G, Barcode and Mag Stripe.
So, the M1 is fully rugged, meets military specs, as our customers would come to expect from Panasonic.
But by combining all these features, in this highly deliverable mobile device we can take this into solutions for retail.
Joe mentioned quick serve restaurants, public sector, military, aviation, transportation.
So, in other words applications that require high reliability and high mobility, this is the device.
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