The Toughbook 19 mobile computer from Panasonic Computer Solutions now offers Core 2 Duo technology for applications in extreme environments. The convertible tablet computer undergoes 11 independently-verified mil-spec tests to ensure reliability.

The new 19F PC joins the company’s flagship Toughbook 30F clamshell notebook, now incorporating the Core 2 Duo processor and expanded memory capabilities. The 5.1-lb Toughbook 19F also offers an optional integrated camera for use in inspection and incident documentation applications for which convertible tablets have become widely deployed in commercial applications.

Rugged features include magnesium alloy cases, sealed keyboards and ports, hard drive heaters, flexible internal connectors and shock-mounting-that combine to deliver the highest levels of reliability in the industry. Both the Toughbook 19 convertible tablet and the Toughbook 30 notebook include an anti-glare, anti-reflective sunlight viewable display, WiFi 802.11a/b/g, Bluetooth, a mobile broadband-ready (WWAN) design, along with backlit keyboard, GPS wireless and many more options. Also included is a 3-year limited warranty, parts & labor.

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