Panasonic today revealed its intention to enter the Android tablet market with a Toughbook-branded device that would stand out of the crowd by offering higher-grade security, functionality and real-world reliability.
Seen below, the Android-powered Toughbook tablet comes with a 10.1-inch (1024 x 768) high-brightness, non-glossy touchscreen that supports both finger and pen input, built-in GPS, optional 3G/4G connectivity, and offers 'full-shift' battery life.
"Enterprise customers are very interested in the tablet market, but have been frustrated by the lack of appropriate solutions," said Rance Poehler, president, Panasonic Solutions Company. "The vast majority of tablet devices - regardless of the OS - are engineered for consumers and donít offer appropriate levels of security and durability or the functionality needed for business use. Like all Toughbook products, our Toughbook tablet will be designed and constructed with the mission-critical mobile user in mind."
Panasonic's new Toughbook is now being showcased at InfoComm 2011 in Orlando, Florida (US).






Source :tcmagazine.com