The Panasonic Toughbook FZ-G1 is a resilient tablet that can survive any disaster. On board was a laptop processor, a 10-inch screen and Windows 10 Pro. Is Panasonic Toughpad FZ-G1 the best tablet for field work?
Resistant tablets that have been designed for difficult field work are a niche, but there are still a few manufacturers who have them in their offer. One of them is Panasonic, who just refreshed his Toughbook tablet. Apparently, it's so durable that it does not bother explosions – but that's not the only reason why you should be interested in it.The Toughbook series has quite a big history and it has managed to gain a lot of popularity in the niche, which are resistant tablets. As you can see in the picture above, it is a tablet based on Windows 10 – Pro version. No less interesting in the interior, because this tablet works based on the Intel-Core i5-6300U processor known from laptops. Port selection is also good – there is even room for full-size USB, though only in the 2.0 standard. The battery is to last for 14 hours of continuous operation , and what's better, it will be possible to replace it "on the run". This is an important aspect in the context of the tablet for work in the field. As befits the Toughbook, it is able to survive almost anything that can happen during a working day in an industry, mine or even an oil rig. For a comfortable grip, it is equipped with the appropriate strap, and in addition to the touch screen it can be operated by physical buttons – it is an important function if the hand is dirty or wet. There is nothing to even mention such an obvious thing as resistance to dust and water . The FZ-G1 Toughbook will survive flooding with oil and even chemicals. This equipment, which can easily be found even on the front – in fact, models from this series have already participated in combat operations. This is probably a sufficient recommendation to consider him immune to all adversities. As I mentioned in the title, it was designed to survive … an explosion – although I did not find information about what strength. All this must of course have its price. The Panasonic Toughbook FZ-G1 costs a considerable $ 3,800 . But does he have any competition? Source: tablet-news