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Panasonic Toughbook 20 is a 2-in-1 that meets hardcore business needs
This article is part of the Modern Mobility issue of June 2016, Vol. 2, No. 6
For a convertible device meant for rugged business environments, look no further than the Panasonic Toughbook 20. It's right in the name. Unlike most 2-in-1s, the Panasonic Toughbook 20 is certified for dust, drop and shock protection. It ships with Windows 10 Pro and sports plenty of power without needing a fan for cooling. After all, falls break fans and vents let in dust and debris. The device also has numerous mounts, casings and accessories to meet enterprise needs. The Panasonic Toughbook 20 is purpose built for businesses that rely on highly specific legacy applications and it's very configurable. Panasonic offers options for features such as satellite GPS, a barcode scanner and a credit card reader. Even the 8-megapixel rear camera is optional, because it's a security liability for some companies. Specs Display: 10.1-inch 10-point multi-touch, 1920 x 1200, glove friendly with optional digitizer Chipset: Intel Core m5-6Y57 vPro, 1.1 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 2.8 GHz, 4 MB cache Memory: 8 GB SDRAM, 128 GB solid-state ...
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