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Panasonic Toughpad range unveiled, rugged professional-grade Android tablets

Panasonic Toughpad range unveiled, rugged professional-grade Android tablets

Posted on08. Nov, 2011 by .

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The sheer number of Android tablets has led to a selection of tablets that caters to just about everyone. There are cheap Android tablets, there are expensive premium tablets, there are small models (under 8-inch screen size), and there are large tablets (larger than 8-inches). However in the large pool of Android based options there hasn’t [...]

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Panasonic’s New Toughbook CF-H2 Tablet PC Hopes To Please Enterprise Customers

Panasonic’s New Toughbook CF-H2 Tablet PC Hopes To Please Enterprise Customers

Posted on12. Jul, 2011 by .

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If you’re in the market for a new Windows 7 slate that’s rugged and built for work, listen up. The latest Panasonic Toughbook rugged slate has been unveiled, the 10.1-inch Panasonic Toughbook CF-H2. The H2 is the follow-up product to the H1 from 2010, basically if you liked the Toughbook CF-H1 then you’ll really be [...]

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15 Tablets That Will Be Released Soon, And Their Details

15 Tablets That Will Be Released Soon, And Their Details

Posted on26. Jun, 2011 by .

The tablet market has exploded in 2011! Back in 2010 when Apple breathed new life into the tablet market with the release of the 9.7-inch iPad quality tablets were in short supply. Fast forward to this year and it’s a totally different market, there is a very nice array of quality tablets and by years end [...]

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Panasonic Has Unveiled The First Rugged Android Tablet, No Honeycomb?

Panasonic Has Unveiled The First Rugged Android Tablet, No Honeycomb?

Posted on16. Jun, 2011 by .

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Today, Panasonic unveiled their first Google Android based rugged product with the Toughbook tablet. Panasonic today presented the tablet as being an enterprise-grade tablet, to meet that classification Panasonic has focused on security, durability and functionality with the Toughbook tablet. “The vast majority of tablet devices-regardless of the OS-are engineered for consumers and don’t offer appropriate [...]

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