Panasonic Toughbook Android Tablet – the semi-unbreakable tablet

Panasonic Toughbook Android Tablet

Panasonic Toughbook Android Tablet


One thing I do hate about tablets at times is that you do have to be very careful with it, you can’t drop it or accidentally sit on it or you’ll be greeted by a mashed up screen. But, not anymore, Panasonic has designed the new Panasonic Toughbook Android Tablet! Just like the Panasonic Toughbook laptops, their tablet is known to withstand extreme working conditions.


What’s really cool is that this tablet is probably the most durable of them all, if you remember the Panasonic toughbook laptops, they are waterproof, dustproof and in the demo, I’ve seen them try to destroy it with a hammer but never destroyed. Here’s the Panasonic Toughbook Android Tablet Specs:


Panasonic Toughbook Android Tablet


  • 10.1 inch XGA Multi touch display (matte finish)
  • High Brightness and Daylight viewable screen
  • GPS
  • Full Shift Battery
  • Wifi / Bluetooth
  • *optional 3G/4G Connectivity
  • Android OS (no mentions on which one yet)
  • Stylus included


I can see this being so perfect, not only for home use (for the kids), but for enterprise uses as well. If you work outdoors (especially in extreme conditions), you’d be needing one of this to make your life easier (than carrying papers or the huge laptop). Panasonic Toughbook Android Tablet will also have a security option embedded in the hardware for those who’ll use it for enterprise and need high level security access. Now this is one cool tablet that people will want to have, no need to care too much if you throw your tablet around or if you drop it, just use it wherever and however you want. Cool stuff!

About Francis Simisim

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