Published on November 6th,2008 at 5:48 PM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

Panasonic’s Toughbook H1 Hands-on

Panasonic's Toughbook H1 Hands-on

This morning we attended a Panasonic Japanese press conference for the launch of their medical slate, the Toughbook H1.

Powered by a 1.86GHz Intel Atom CPU, with 1GB of RAM and 80GB of SSD, it features a nice 10.4” LCD (both touchscreen and digitizer), wifi ABGN, GPS…

It’s like any other Toughbook, strong and reliable, but surprisingly light (at least it feels that way, 1.5kg).

Designed for use in a medical environment, it comes with a mode that indicates when the touchscreen is dirty and areas missed when cleaning.

              
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Comments
 

  • http://netbooksreviewed.com netbooksreviewed

    The wipe screen option is pretty cool, however I cannot really see its use for such device.

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    Posted on Thu Nov 06, 07:37 by netbooksreviewed, designer, Taipei
    Home Page: http://netbooksreviewed.com
    The wipe screen option is pretty cool, however I cannot really see its use for such device.

    i work for a Hospital IT dept and the way our laptops gets beaten up i can see these working out for the better, it would be nice to have these instead

 

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