Panasonic’s upgrades to the Toughbook 31 fully-rugged laptop PC include a faster processor, expanded storage, and a more responsive touchscreen, among other improvements. It’s aimed at mission-critical mobile workers needing top performance in extreme environments.
Powered by new third-generation Intel Core processors, the upgraded Toughbook 31 offers storage up to a 500-GB, 7200-rpm hard drive with 4 to 8 GB RAM) and improved touchscreen responsiveness.
Battery life, now 7% longer, means 14.5 hours (per MobileMark 2007 testing on the i5-3320M model) and an additional 6.5 hours with the available media-bay second battery.
You now get a standard USB 3.0 port provides for faster file transfers.
The Toughbook 31 is the sixth generation of flagship Toughbook clamshell notebooks, certified by an independent testing lab to meet or surpass MIL-STD-810G tests for shock, drop, vibration, extreme temperature, and high altitude.
The U.S. street price is estimated at $3499, including a three-year warranty.
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