Panasonic enhances FZ-G1 tablet

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Panasonic has announced new upgrades to its Toughpad FZ-G1 fully rugged 10.1-in. tablet. It features a 6th generation Intel Core processor along with the latest Microsoft Windows 10 Pro platform, aimed at mobile professionals in government, public sector, food services, and field service environments.

The updated tablet now provides up to 14 hours of continuous use with a single battery and up to 28 hours with an optional long-life battery. Its improved Intel HD graphic performance provides the ability to capture and document photos on the job with extreme clarity. Enhanced features like the new waterproof digitizer pen and the optional docking kiosk, combined with the glove-sensitive touchscreen, provide mobile workers with the flexibility to customize the fully rugged tablet so it best suits their needs in most environments they encounter.

New Toughpad FZ-G1 features include improved Wi-Fi connectivity and SSD storage of either 256 or 512 GB. List price is US$2899.

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