If you are in a business where you are out in the field working all the time or manage field workers that need a computer that is rugged and easy to use when standing up the new Panasonic Toughbook H2 tablet might be perfect. The machine is a rugged tablet PC that runs Windows for the operating system. The machine has an Intel Core i5-2557M vPro processor running at 1.7GHz.
The tablet weighs in at 3.5 pounds, has 6.5 hours of battery life, and has a fast charging hot swap battery. Panasonic puts 4GB of RAM inside by default and it has a 320GB HDD for storage. The machine can also be fitted with a 128GB SSD.
The screen of the tablet is 10.1-inches, it supports dual touch with a digitizer and a touchscreen, and it uses TransReflective Plus tech that allows the screen to work with no backlight in bright environments. The machine also has WiFi, Bluetooth, optional 4G will come later this year, and Gobi 2000 3G is available right now. Options include GPS, a bar code reader, 2MP camera, and a RFID reader. Pricing starts at $3,449.Filed Under: Laptops, Tablet News