Panasonic has unveiled its new Toughbook A3 business tablet, a device that incorporates Android 10.1 and that the company claims has the ability to be designed according to the needs of each company.
The Panasonic Toughbook A3 has an eight-core processor, 4G LTE connectivity and a plug-in stylus. As the company explained, this tablet has the flexibility to be designed according to the needs of each business, so it can include a barcode reader if this is required and it is also practically unbreakable since it includes military resistance technology MIL-STD -810H.
This tablet is not designed for everyday use to watch movies – although it can also be used for this. The truth is that this device has been designed to work outdoors, so its 10.1-inch panel offers good visibility even when you’re working in the bright sunlight.
Features Panasonic Toughbook A3
- 10.1-inch, 1,920×1,200 screen; 10 multi-touch points
- MIL-STD-810H Durability
- IP65 water resistance
- Drop resistance up to 6 feet high
- SDM660 processor
- 4GB of RAM
- 64GB of storage, expandable via microSD
- 8 megapixel main camera with LED flash
- 5 megapixel front camera
- Traditional audio jack
- Connectivity 4G LTE, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, NFC, USB Type C
- 5,580mAh battery, up to 9 hours extended work, ability to change the battery
Productivity +, the professional platform
During the launch of this tablet, Panasonic explained that, in addition to the device, the company offers a solution called Productivity +, a series of Android-based software with solutions for modernizing digital workflows for businesses.
Productivity + allows companies that are making a transition from Windows CE to Android to be able to do it in a simple way, using a robust platform and devices that are created to be used on construction sites and other tasks that require robust equipment.
The starting price of the tablet is $ 2,699, although it varies depending on the configuration.
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