Panasonic Now Built a Tougher “Toughbook H2″

Panasonic Toughbook H2

Every single passing day is a day which occurs to keeps us blessed with all the new bits of technology; advancement I say. Withal, every manufacturer and/or producer will do just everything to stay on the line; to stay hooked with the top list.

Who would want just that, right? It is just that, seemingly, there is no other way to tell the real score. Maybe because there are also a lot of them to choose from which are not as bad as well? Confusing but the key is to look on all aspect.

Taking this matter on the height, Panasonic is seeing the line. That is the reason why it tracks its Toughbook H2. The company hasn’t messed too much with the Windows 7 slate with pushing the top chip to a 2.8GHz Intel Core i5-3427U and to swap out the 320GB 7,200RPM shock-mounted HDD for a 500GB model as the exception.

Moreover, Panasonic has tugged the hardware’s polycarbonate-encased magnesium alloy chassis, with MIL-STD-810G1 guaranteeing that the apparatus will endure drops from six-feet, as well as IP651 weather-proofing. The 3.5-pound unit also sees its battery life pushed to seven hours and also gains boosted Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.1+EDR connectivity.

Once you’ve selected a unit, there’s a hefty list of possible add-ons, including barcode scanners, smart card readers, Gobi-running 3G, LTE and GPS options. There’s even a model that meets MIL-STD-461F standards for electromagnetic protection — useful if your day job involves battling superheroes.

With $3,349, you could have it in your hands. We’ve never understood why Panasonic chose to brand its top-line tablet as the Toughbook H2, but given the hairy-chested types who build and use the gear, we’re not gonna challenge ‘em.


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Written by: Björn A.