Panasonic Toughbook H1 Field tablet computer comes with a twin hotswap battery setup

February 16, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Adding to its line up of Toughbooks, Panasonic has brought to the fore a new device and is aimed at the professional on the go. The new Panasonic Toughbook H1 Field tablet computer runs Windows 7 and is powered by Intel’s 1.86GHz Z540 Atom processor. What we like about the new tablet is that the maker has designed it in such a way that it comes across as a weatherproof and shockproof model. What’s more, the dual battery ensures uninterrupted power.

The new Panasonic Toughbook H1 Field tablet computer boasts of a sunlight-visible touchscreen interface and reinforced solid state storage. These features make it even more luring. Dubbed as the world’s most rugged handheld tablet computer, the Panasonic Toughbook H1 Field is cased well in a magnesium alloy chassis and has the capability to work in extreme temperature conditions.

The twin hotswap battery setup is incorporated in such a way that when the battery in the left compartment is removed for charging, a second one in the right compartment ensures uninterrupted power.

Panasonic has also thrown in 2Gb RAM and a 65Gb reinforced flex-connect solid state drive. Besides, it also has the SmartCard, RFID and barcode readers, a 2MP autofocus camera with dual LED flash, GPS and fingerprint reader. Qualcomm’s Gobi2000 mobile broadband technology (EV-DO and HSPA) provides wireless options, and is likely to be certified on the Sprint and Verizon wireless networks.

We are yet to know what’s on the pricing front and when the device would start shipping. Stay tuned to know more on the Panasonic Toughbook H1 Field tablet computer.

(Via Gizmag)

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