Panasonic upgrades Toughbook 54 laptop

by Truck News

NEWARK, N.J.  – Panasonic announced recently that it has upgraded its Toughbook 54 mobile computer.

The new laptop comes with a faster Intel Core i5-6300U vPro processor and is now available in four models to fit a wide variety of customer needs. The Toughbook 54 is a flexible, purpose-built mobile computing solution for workers who need a semi-rugged device in such environments as public safety, government, field service, utilities, insurance and automotive. The four model options are Lite, Prime, Gloved Multi Touch and Performance with each version coming standard with signature features such as resistance to spills and drops, the durability of a magnesium alloy case and the easy portability of a built-in handle.

“As mobility becomes an increasingly important part of today’s workforce our customers are looking for the power of a desktop solution that can be used in a variety of vertical segments with mobile employees,” said Brian Rowley, vice-president of marketing and product management, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. “The Toughbook 54 has been a top choice for workers who may not need a fully rugged solution but don’t want to sacrifice durability and reliability. These latest updates give customers an even more powerful tool to enhance productivity and efficiency on the job.”

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The latest Toughbook 54 will be available in July from authorized Panasonic resellers at an estimated street price starting around $1499.


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