Panasonic on Wednesday announced updates to a Toughbook 20 imperishable detachable laptop.
The 10.1-inch Toughbook 20, like a predecessor, is a 2-in-1 device that’s designed to be used in a margin by police, military, margin service, logistics, oil and gas and transportation.
The 2018 refurbish adds an Intel Core i5-7Y57 processor with Turbo Boost adult to 3.3GHz, and new customary features, to a Toughbook 20 first revealed in 2015.
With a i5-7Y57 processor, users can name 8GB or 16GB of RAM and an Intel 615 HD graphics card. Users can also select an Intel Core M5-6Y57 vPro processor with Turbo Boost adult to 2.8GHz and an Intel 515 HD graphics card.
Past a rested processor, Toughbook 20 adds an discretionary second battery as customary that can be extrinsic into a keyboard to double battery life to 20 hours. It also comes customary with a “bridge battery” so users can barter batteries but carrying to shutdown or hibernate a 3.9-pound laptop while working.
Further, each Touchbook 20 indication now ships with an integrated digitizer alongside a touchscreen, an infrared webcam, rear-facing 8-megapixel camera, and 256GB SSD (up from 128GB in a comparison model). Panasonic also creates a 512GB SSD, magstrip, and barcode reader discretionary for a laptop.
Like prior Toughbook products, a updated Toughbook 20 has eSIM record for LTE connectivity in a field. It also acts as both a normal laptop and inscription that can be isolated and used by itself or flipped 180-degrees to uncover calm in display mode.
ToughBook 20 will boat with Windows 10 Pro. Panasonic also offers Windows 7 Professional as an choice on models with a Intel CoreTM m5-6Y57 processor, and it usually ships with a 128GB SSD.
The Toughbook 20 is now accessible from Panasonic resellers starting during $3,099.