Panasonic Toughbook CF-30
Written by Gizmo   
Saturday, 26 January 2008 22:40
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Panasonic Toughbook CF-30
(Image from Digit-Life)

Needing a notebook for rough environments?  Check out this unit with Digit-Life: 

Rugged notebooks are a special class of mobile devices. They have to meet special requirements even compared to regular corporate notebooks. You cannot address these notebooks with general choice criteria.

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Panasonic occupies an interesting segment in the notebook market. Although it has inexpensive products, the company invests much money into R&D and can boast of many original product lines. Light-weight CF-series notebooks in the first place—very small, but still equipped with a built-in optical drive. There is also a family of rugged notebooks. Panasonic supports the idea that an industrial notebook must not include compromise solutions—everything necessary must be implemented on a good level (unnecessary functions can be skipped). Costs should not be of primary importance here, because they are determined by necessary unique functions.

 

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