Panasonic Field Rugged Toughbooks are certified to Military Standard MIL-STD-810F and provide IP54 environmental protection. The range includes Notebook PCs, Tablet PCs and Ultra Mobile PCs and Wireless Displays. Panasonic Field Rugged Toughbooks are available from Interworld Electronics .
The CF-30 Mk2 is seen quite rightly as the reference model for outdoor notebooks. The CF-30 Mk2 is robust like no other notebook and is optimally prepared for the harshest conditions of use in all areas. Shocks, drops, heat, cold, dust and damp present no risk to the Toughbook.
With the Intel(r) Centrino(r) Core 2 Duo Processor Technology, users can benefit from a battery life of up to 8 hours - for demanding use whilst on the move. Greater flexibility and optimum WLAN reception at all times are achieved through the diversity antennae, which are integrated into the display casing.
A highlight of the CF-30 is the low reflection 13.3 inch XGA touchscreen, which with its 1,000 cd high brightness screen ensures users can read the display perfectly at all times, even in direct sunlight.
The CF-19 Mk2 is a classic notebook and practical tablet PC. For the conversion users need only tilt the pivoted 10.4" XGA display over the keyboard. Built from the ground up as a full rugged convertible PC, weighs 2.25kg, the CF-19 can be used at all times, even in extreme levels of damp, dust, heat, cold or vibration. The optimised display technology with extra low
reflection rate ensures good clarity of display even in bright ambient light.
The CF-U1 Rugged Ultra Mobile PC provides a Magnesium alloy case and shell, moisture and
dust-resistant 5.6" WSVGA LCD, sealed port and connector covers, spill proof keyboard and
Touchpad. With an Intel Atom Z520 processor, 16GB of RAM and a wide range of expansion and connectivity options the CF-U1 provide a powerful palmtop computer that has redefined mobile computing.
The CF-08 wireless display is a rugged thin client wireless display. The CF-08 will connect
either in a peer-to-peer set up or as part of the WLAN network in a one-to-many relationship,
running terminal services or Citrix(r) Metaframe.