Toughbook withstands risks of mobility

Panasonic Computer Solutions Co introduced the newest member of its full product line, the semi-rugged, wireless-ready desktop replacement notebook, the Panasonic Toughbook 52. Built on the new Santa Rosa chipset from Intel, the Toughbook 52 offers all the processing power of a desktop replacement notebook in a form factor engineered from the ground up for mobility.

This new widescreen Toughbook comes with additional security features, a new carrying handle, and optional embedded access to next-generation wireless data networks from major wireless carriers.

The Toughbook 52 is constructed of magnesium alloy and includes a shock-mounted screen and removable hard drive. With battery life of approximately four to six hours, it is certified to the MIL-STD-810F standard, tested to withstand drops of up to 2.5 feet on all six sides. The hard drive itself is tested to withstand a drop of 3 feet. The Toughbook 52 also includes a spill-resistant keyboard.

Every Panasonic Toughbook is sold with a standard three-year limited warranty which includes around-the-clock United States-based phone support for the life of the product.

Visit www.panasonic.com/toughbook for more details.

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