At an event in New York City, Panasonic announced its new rugged detachable PC, the ToughBook 33. Priced from $3,649, the convertible notebook is meant to survive the most extreme conditions.
Panasonic took MWC 2017 as an opportunity to unveil a new device in its Toughbook line. The CF-33 is a 12-inch standalone tablet and 2-in-1 device, designed to run in very tough conditions.
As part of its CES 2013 announcements, Panasonic revealed plans to launch the FZ-G1 Toughbook, a 10 inch rugged tablet that runs on Windows 8 that will be released in March for $2,900.
Panasonic has officially entered the Windows 8 hardware space with the Toughbook C2, which has a five point touch screen which can be flipped to serve as a tablet and a semi-rugged case.
Panasonic has had lots of success with its Toughbook line of rugged laptops. The lineup allows businesses and even military users to have a notebook that can withstand a lot of wear and tear. Now...