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Panasonic Toughbook 20 gets some updates for better performance

Panasonic Toughbook 20 was originally launched in 2015, 3 years ago but now seeing the upgrades in technology, the two in one Laptop needed to be upgraded for faster performance as the Toughbook is made for use in Military, Police and Logistics field. There are improvements in processor, Ram, battery as well as storage.

Panasonic Toughbook 20

The Toughbook will now come with two options for processors. You can either choose the Intel Core i5-7Y57 or an Intel Core M5-6Y57. With the i5 processor, the battery backup is expected to be around 8.5 hours while with the M5 processor it’s 8 hours but the working hours can be increased up to 17 hours with the optional battery with i5 and 16 hours with the M5 processor.

The Toughbook can be detached into two devices by one hand and both the 10.1-inch Tablet and Keyboard come with plenty of input/output ports. There are USB ports, HDMI ports, SD card reader, Micro-SIM port etc. The Toughbook supports Bluetooth, Wifi, 4G LTE and GPS for various connectivity purposes. As for storage, its capacity has been increased to 256GB of SSD from 128GB.

The laptop has made strong and reliable enough to work in extreme conditions. The detachable Laptop uses magnesium alloy chassis and is MIL-STD-810G and IP65 certified. The battery backup has been increased and now there is a feature called Bridge-battery by which you can swap two batteries without making it shut down so that the work goes on without any disruption.

The laptop weighs only 3.9 pounds and has a viewable display in sunlight. It comes with 3-year warranty and is available at a price starting from $3099.

 
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