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Panasonic Toughbook CF-18 Tablet PC
Panasonic Toughbook CF-18 Tablet
The Toughbook CF-18 is a fully ruggedised device that meets the MIL-STD- 810F military standard. This means it can withstand almost any conditions. Not only has it been subjected to use in fast-moving vehicles on rough roads, but also drop-tested from 4ft while turned on. It's protected against small dust particles and can withstand water spray from all directions, so it should endure even a determined rain shower. The chassis itself is made of magnesium alloy, and all the ports littered around the side are sealed by rubber grommets to prevent water and dirt working their way in. The two PC Card slots, SD card memory reader and the battery and hard disk enclosures are covered by heavy-duty metal flaps with rubber gaskets, ensuring further moisture and grit resistance.The coloured LCD/monitor sized at 10.4" swivels for utmost visibility from whatever angle. It's tough in every sense, it's designed to withstand even the military environment. Compact, in the CF-18's case, doesn't mean underpowered...this tablet has specs to flaunt: 768 MB DDR SDRAM, Intel Pentium M 900 MHz, 80GB Hard Drive, and a crisp touch-screen LCD. This is truly the answer for those busy bees wanting to have a more comfortable work station that they can carry around when they travel.
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