Tablet PC Panasonic Toughbook cf 53 rugged review

The second generation of machines sporting Intel Core i3 and i5, 3G and 4G connectivity options LTE mobile broadband, a 14-inch screen, 2 to 8 GB of RAM, USB 3.0, and a design that is 15% 5% lighter and thinner than its predecessor. This does not mean it is considered a thin and light, by any means. The Toughbook 53 is the largest ever built with a magnesium alloy casing that can withstand up to 30 inches, and humidity, vibration and dust.

The system meets MIL-STD-810G Certificates resistance, the keyboard is spill duration, and there is also a hard drive heater is available to work in extremely cold conditions. Safety features include a fingerprint reader, smartcard reader, TPM, AMT, vPro, Kensington lock and security utilities Panasonic.
Relationship one would expect from two USB 2.0 ports and one USB 3.0 port, SDXC slot, HDMI and VGA, built-in Gigabit Ethernet, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11n, and optional FireWire, LAN card and an optional second Gobi 2000 mobile broadband connection to Sprint and Verizon 3G broadband networks. LTE 4G network connection option is also available in the summer.

Panasonic Toughbook 53 is said to be capable of operating up to 10 hours with a return to longer battery life or 6 hours with the battery light. A model based on the Intel Core i5 will be launched in June with prices starting at $ 1,899.


  1. Toughbook mobile computers are the laptop of choice for many governmental organizations. View the complete list of federal military, federal civilian and public sector contracts awarded to Panasonic and its partners.

  2. The lower operating costs and higher productivity afforded by Toughbook rugged computers translate to a higher return on investment (ROI). The durability of Toughbook mobile computers is the result of engineering rugged features into every seal, hinge, keyboard and connector. Full or partial magnesium alloy casing that protects against bumps, drops and knocks makes it more rugged feature.


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