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Toughbook vs ATV
The Toughbook 31 is pitted against a motocross course located in the Kii Mountain Range on the Japanese island of Honshū. Dragged through dirt, rock and mud, from behind an ATV, the Toughbook 31 endured extreme vibration, shock and exposure to water. In the end, the Toughbook 31 worked fine.
Toughbook vs Rammer
This video was shot at a construction site in the Kii Mountain Range in Japan. The Toughbook U1 mounted on the rammer endured extreme vibration while the second device was exposed to sever pressure, water and mud.
Toughbook U1 on the Motocross
Panasonic Toughbook U1 handheld devices survive the bumps and high speeds of an off-road mountain range racing circuit in Japan. Then when the race comes to an end, both Panasonic Toughbook U1 handheld devices also withstand a shower of champagne.
Toughbook 31 Drop Tests on USS Intrepid: 6 & 20 Feet
Rance Poehler, president, Panasonic Solutions Company, conducts multiple drop tests with the Toughbook 31 on the deck of the USS Intrepid during a launch event in NYC on May 11, 2010. Even after drops of six and 20 feet, the device booted without a problem.
Unofficial IP Testing of Toughbook 31
The Toughbook 31 is the sixth generation of Panasonics fully-rugged clamshell notebook line, which has become the gold standard of rugged computing. The new device features an Intel® Core™ i5 processor, 3G mobile broadband and a 6 drop ratting.
Toughbook Case Study: Fonterra
When you're handling a big slice of the world's Dairy processing and exports in one of the world's largest plants, it's vital that you know what's happening whenever and wherever you are in the facility. And it's critical to product quality and safety that all your systems are both bulletproof and able to be kept virtually germ free. That's why Fonterra chose to use Toughbook CF-H1 Hand-held Tablets across their multiple business platforms.
Introducing Panasonic Toughpad
Panasonic has created a purpose-built line of Android-powered tablets, designed with enhanced security, long product life, and advanced device management in mind. The Panasonic Toughpad family will allow government and commercial enterprises, as well as SMBs, to realize the true potential of tablet computing without sacrificing security and while delivering a high return on investment.