Panasonic reveals its first detachable Toughbook running Windows 10


GSMArena News
Nov 9, 2015
Panasonic has been known for making its rugged line of notebooks for many years. Today, Panasonic is adding more to the Toughbook Series with the Toughbook 20. it has a 10.1 inch screen with a resolution of 1920x1200. Toughbooks have always been known to be quite on the heavier side. The Toughbook 20 weighs in at 3.9 lbs (about 1770 g) The Toughbook 20 features a MIL-STD-810G military certification and IP65 for immersion rating as well as a magnesium alloy chassis. It also features a hot-swappable battery that can be changed without disrupting any work, and finally a kick stand that doubles as a handle. It comes with Windows 10 Pro and an optional Windows 7 downgrade for legacy software, one or two USB ports, HDMI, Ethernet, optional serial port, mic-in, and micro SIM. The keyboard dock features 3 more USB ports, full-size SD card slot, HDMI, VGA-out, Ethernet, and dock connectors. Wireless connectivity options include: Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth, and dual antennas. GPS and NFC are both optional features. The Toughbook 20 will start at $3,099 and is supposed to be available in February of 2016. Source |...