Panasonic originally unveiled the Toughbook tablet with Android back in June, however the good news as of today is that the device has officially unveiled — again. The tablet was shown off during a Defense and Security International (DSEi) exhibition which recently took place in London. That aside though, the tablet is sporting a 10.1 inch XVGA display and features a rugged exterior design that is designed for military use. Other goodies include satellite based GPS, the option for built-in 3G, professional grade accessories and what is described as being “deep rooted” security measures. Oh, and there is also an included stylus. As of now there are a few details still missing — notably the price. But we are also left scratching our heads as to which version of Android this Toughbook will be running. But that being said, we suspect given the nature of this device and its intended market — the version of Android that it will be running is probably not quite as important.
by Robert Nelson on September 14, 2011 at 4:41 pm
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