Friday, May 14, 2010

Panasonic Laptop-APC: new version

Panasonic is a king of consumer electronics market. Customers love it, in particular, the unusual camera next generation , camcorder-champions and innovative television . Perhaps not everyone knows, but this Japanese company manufactures ruggedized laptops.  Recently introduced a new version of such a machine with 13-inch Toughbook 31.

Of course, the main feature of a secure laptop Panasonic Toughbook 31 - his body. He is a heavy duty, made of magnesium alloy and meets U.S. military standard MIL-STD-810G. But the fire on a computer should not be - from a bullet magnesium body will not save. But Toughbook laptop computer 31 could fearlessly drop, spray water from a hose or even to clean the freezer. If desired, the computer can even beat a rug or chop nuts, because Toughbook 31 was not afraid of no vibration shake-up, no dust.

But the Japanese are not stupid and understand that without a serious stuffing a computer is doomed to failure. So what about the "iron" for the Toughbook 31 they saw on the conscience by setting it in the latest processors and Intel Core i3 Core i5 with speeds up to 2.53 gigahertz, all kinds of wireless modules, as well as discrete graphics ATI Radeon HD 5650. So, beating laptop carpet, you can also easily look at it FullHD-movie.

You have to understand that working Toughbook 31 to the harsh conditions. This may be building in the middle of the desert, the oil derrick in the extreme north, the aircraft carrier deck. So, first, to get to the outlet may be difficult, and, secondly, the bright sun is unlikely to work comfortably (at normal laptop screen in such circumstances would go blind). But engineers Panasonic've done the setting in the Toughbook 31 is very capacious battery, allowing him to work autonomously 11 hours, as well as very bright touch screen, which is not afraid of the sun.

Of course, the budget like a computer does not pretend. So, wishing to buy a real laptop neubivaemy have to pay for Panasonic Toughbook 31 not less than 3800 dollars.

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