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Today, Panasonic India has launched the new Toughbook named as CF-20 in India. The estimated price of this Toughbook is around Rs. 2.25 Lakhs (estimated price plus taxes). Tough price looks very high, however, this product worth it. Panasonic CF-20 Toughbook is mainly built for challenging environments, including field services, oil and gas, transportation and logistics, utilities, healthcare, insurance, public safety and defense.

Panasonic CF-20 Toughbook

The Toughbook is lightweight and it is the World’s First rugged detachable Toughbook in India. It can be detached and it will easily become a 10.1-inch tablet.

Gunjan Sachdev, Senior GM, National Business Head (Toughbook), Panasonic India, said:

Toughbook CF-20 is a validation of our proud legacy…Aimed to meet the evolving needs of enterprises, the CF-20 is bundled with a broad range of configurable options… The ability to detach the tablet from notebook provides flexibility and unparalled reliability and enterprise-grade features…

The Toughbook comes preinstalled with Windows 10 Pro. However, you can use Windows 7 as well. The CF-20 is powered by 6th generation Intel Core M5 vPro processor. It has 128GB SSD and 8GB RAM.

Panasonic CF-20 Toughbook Water

Specification of Panasonic CF-20 Toughbook are:

Processor: Intel Core m5-6Y57 vPro processor(4MB cache)
OS: Windows 10 Pro or Windows 7 Professional(Can be downgraded from Windows 10 with legal rights)
Display: 10.1-inch screen
Memory and Storage: 8GB RAM and 128GB SSD(upgradeable up to 256GB/512GB)
Battery Life: 2600mAh battery comes standard in tablet
Graphics: Intel HD graphics 515
Hot Swappable: Optional Bridge battery allows batteries to be hot swapped
Connectivity: Number of ports are available, including USB, Bluetooth, Dual Pass Antenna, optional 4G LTE, GPS, SDXC, HDMI, VGA, Serial, Ethernet, Wireless 802.11ac Wi-Fi

Additionally, it supports a glove-enabled touchscreen as well. The Panasonic Toughbook CF-20 has a three-year limited warranty and it will be available in India from August 2016.

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