Panasonic has long since given priority to the notebook market, which is basically based on what they offer in Japan. But it maintains a family of off-road devices that are the envy of competition. They are the Panasonic Toughbook.
The renewal we have at hand is in the form of a 2 in 1 computer, something that had already introduced in the previous generation, but now is improved in specifications in the Toughbook 33 model.
The first thing we have to know is that there are setups with Core i5 / i7 processors from the seventh generation Intel. Other important choices are 8 or 16GB of RAM, and 256 or 512GB in SSD format.
High-end specifications accompany an unsurpassed resistance in the market
The second is that its screen bets on a fairly square (3: 2) ratio, arguing that this format is better for the environment in which the equipment is to be used. This screen is 12 inches and has a QHD resolution (2.160×1.440 pixels).
There is no similar laptop on the market, this 2 in 1 is very sturdy. It complies with MIL-STD-810G military certification, and IP65, best known among our gadgets.
Another strong point of the team is its autonomy, which basically moves in about ten hours, but can be duplicated with an additional second battery, optionally. The weight of the laptop is 2.8 kilos .
The Panasonic Toughbook 33 is clearly aimed at the industry and special work cases, as is its price: it starts at $3,649 , with Windows 10 as the operating system. A dock for the keyboard is included in the purchase package.