Thanks to Intel's Core i5 Broadwell chip, the Toughbook 54 delivers performance and a long battery life in a semi-rugged package.
Panasonic Toughbook's have long been the poster child for rugged laptops and the CF-19 is another impressive model.
A UK police force has decided to use Panasonic Toughbooks to conduct electronic witness statements, using technology to replace the current manual paper process.
If you've ever needed a computer immune to being splashed with blood, guts and all manner of noxious chemicals, then Panasonic has just the Toughbook for you.
The Panasonic Toughbook range is best known for its fully-ruggedised industrial laptops. However, the CF-52 (£1551 inc. VAT) takes a slightly different approach. Its semi-rugged casing can be used on building sites and site maintenance, but won’t offer the same degree of protection as the Getac B300 (page 73).
ExclusiveAs promised, we were able to twist a few arms at Panasonic's Japan office to bring you the world's first hands-on preview of the company's new CF-U1 Toughbook PDA/Tablet PC hybrid, a full four months before it goes on sale.
As expected, Intel's new Atom CPUs have recently been turning up in mini PCs almost faster than we can count them in. The latest, which will be announced tomorrow by Panasonic, is one of the more unusual variations.