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Panasonic Android Tablet
The Panasonic Android Tablet will avoid the typical glossy screens - found on current tablets - that are all but unreadable in outdoor environments. The Panasonic Toughbook tablet will include a high brightness, daylight viewable screen so that mobile workers, in markets like field service, home healthcare and public safety, can easily see critical data or pictures and operate with the Panasonic Toughbook Android tablet regardless of lighting conditions. The new Panasonic Toughbook tablet will include an active stylus pen, allowing mobile workers in sales, customer service and mobile point-of-sale environments to capture signatures.
Panasonic Toughbook Tablet features
The Panasonic Toughbook tablet will feature a 10.1" XGA multi-touch color display. Enterprise-class mobile computing requires a heightened level of device security that is not currently available in today's tablet market. To address this need, the new Panasonic Toughbook tablet is being designed with security embedded at the hardware level. Other features to be offered on the Panasonic Toughbook Android tablet include satellite-based GPS, full-shift battery life, professional-grade accessories and optional embedded 3G / 4G mobile broadband connectivity.
Panasonic Toughbook Tablet
The Toughbook brand from Panasonic is widely known for its reliability and durability, even in extreme operating environments. The new Panasonic Toughbook tablet will be no exception, offering durability, and ingress protection consistent with its other fully-rugged mobile devices. Combined with mobile broadband connectivity, the Android-based Toughbook tablet from Panasonic will offer quick access to applications, photos or data that could significantly improve a field worker's ability to make critical decisions that enhance customer service, improve response times and deliver better results.
Panasonic Android Toughbook Tablet
"Enterprise customers are very interested in the tablet market, but have been frustrated by the lack of appropriate solutions," said Rance Poehler, president, Panasonic Solutions. "The vast majority of tablets - regardless of the OS - are engineered for consumers and don't offer appropriate levels of security and durability or the functionality needed for business use. Like all Toughbook computer products, our Toughbook Android tablet will be designed and constructed with the mission-critical mobile user in mind."
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