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Panasonic’s Toughbook tablet aims to make your tablet look like a wuss

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17 Jun
2011
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Want something more durable than the delicate confectionary of glass and aluminum that is the iPad? Then you’ll want to take a look at the Toughbook Android tablet, an upcoming addition to Panasonic’s line of ultra-rugged computers.

There are several compelling features the 10.1-inch tablet offers, including a matte screen which improves visibility in direct sunlight. It will also come with an active stylus, no doubt targeted at industries such as healthcare and mobile point-of-sale environments, or in workplaces where users are required to use gloves.

 
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