Tough New Panasonic Laptop Lands

Available in Standard and Performance models, both feature the new Intel Core i5 processor. A fancy AMD Radeon HD 6750M graphics card is built into the Performance model.

Quarry operators are likely to be impressed with the Toughbook?s endurance capabilities, boasting full MIL-STD-810G and IP65 certifications, built to withstand shock, vibration, dust, water, extreme temperature and high altitudes. Panasonic says that it will withstand a drop of over 1.8 metres.

Apart from being especially rugged, it also boasts a 13.1-inch XGA LED LCD touchscreen that?s been engineered to be exceedingly bright as to be viewed in direct sunlight.

Likewise, the CF-31 Mk 2 uses a unique cooling system with a sealed fan to keep the computer cool under the sun.

Standard Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities are included, although a 3G mobile broadband feature can be embedded.

Battery life on the Performance model is slightly less than that of the Standard, clocking in at 12.5 hours to the latter?s 13.5. Additional technologies, such as a SmartCard and biometric fingerprint reader can be fitted.

The Panasonic Toughbook CF-31 Mk2 is retailing at $6099.

SOURCE: Panasonic

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